Print Scale

Hurricane MK I / 72-065 /
1. Hurricane Mk I P3395 JX-B of No 1 Sqn. flown by Flt Lt AV Clowes, November 1940

2. Hurricane Mk I P3878 YB-W of No 17 Sqn. flown by Plt Off HAC Bird-Wilson, 24 Semember 1940

3. Hurricane Mk I V7467 LE-D of No 242 San flown by Sqn Lrdr DRS Bader, September 1940

4. Hurricane Mk I P3901 RF-E of No 303 'Pollsh' Sqn, flown by Fig Off  W Urbanowicz, September 1940

5. Hurricane Mk l P2961 LE-A of No 242 Sqn, flown by Flg Off W L McKnight, December 1940

6. Hurricane Mk.llb,HA E, ‘Death Warmed Up’, flown by P/O Bill Hollis Hallett, No.261 Squadron, March 1942. Hollis was killed together with five other officers when a bomb exploded at the Hotel Point de Vue, Rabat, where many Ta’Qali pilots were billeted

7. Hurricane Mk I W9145 DX-L of No 24s Sqn, flown by Sqn Ldr JWC Simpson, December 1940

8. Hurricane Mk l, N2359/YB-J, of No17 Squadron based at Debden during the Battle of Britain, September 1940. The winged Popeye motif is carried on the port sidevonly

9. Hurricane Mk I P2798 LK-A of No 87 Sqn. flown by Flt L11 R Gleed, August 1940