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Hawker Tempest V

Hawker Tempest V in flight, 25 November 1944

The Royal Air Force Museum is Britain's only national museum dedicated wholly to aviation

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© Charles Brown Collection, Royal Air Force Museum

Royal Air Force World War Two


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This striking photograph captures the power and agility of a Hawker Tempest V in flight during World War II, as part of the Royal Air Force's (RAF) formidable fleet. Taken on 25 November 1944, the image freezes a moment in time as the Tempest roars through the sky, its distinctive shape and sleek lines a testament to the engineering prowess of the era. The Hawker Tempest V was a key player in the RAF's air combat operations towards the latter stages of the war, renowned for its exceptional performance and versatility. Powered by a Rolls-Royce Merlin engine, it boasted a top speed of over 400 miles per hour and was armed with a variety of weapons, including 20mm cannon and rockets. Its advanced design allowed it to outmaneuver many German fighters, making it a formidable adversary in the skies. The Tempest's impact on the war was significant, with its pilots claiming numerous victories against the Luftwaffe. This photograph serves as a reminder of the vital role the RAF played in defending the United Kingdom and ultimately contributing to the Allied victory in Europe. Charles E Brown, a skilled photographer, captured this image during a time when the outcome of the war was still uncertain. The Tempest's unyielding presence in the sky symbolizes the determination and resilience of the Allied forces in the face of adversity. Today, this photograph stands as a testament to the courage and innovation of those who fought in the skies during World War II.

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