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Hewlett and Blondeau BE.2a
Unit: Eastchurch Squadron, RNAS
Serial: 50

BE.2a built by Hewlett & Blondeau Ltd. This aircraft became in effect the personal machine of Wing Commander C.R.Samson from late 1913 onwards. With the Eastchurch Squadron of the Royal Naval Air Service, he took it to Dunkerque on 27th August 1914 and flew it throughout the early months of the War in France and Belgium. When the unit went to the Aegean for the Dardanelles campaign, No.50 was on the strength and operated from Tenedos. It was still in service in middle September 1915.

Samson C.R.


Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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BE.2a
Unit: 2 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 218

BE.2a modified for Capt.C.A.H.Longcroft's long-distance flight on 22nd November 1913 non stop 650 miles (1046 Km) from Montrose to Farnborough for which he was awarded the Britannia Trophy.

Longcroft C.A.H.


Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | 2 Sqn, RFC | BE.2a | 218
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RAF BE.2a
Unit: 2 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 267

No additional information

Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | 2 Sqn, RFC | RAF BE.2a | 267
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BE.2a
Unit: 2 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 347

The first British aircraft to land on continent Europe after the outbreak of war, flown by Lt.H.D.Harvey-Kelly.

Harvey-Kelly H.D.


Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | 2 Sqn, RFC | BE.2a | 347
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BE.2a
Unit: 6 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 468

Pilot - Lt.Lanoe G.Hawker. France, Winter 1914-1915. The markings insignias only on the rudder.

Hawker Lanoe George


Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Sent by OWL

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According this source: Standard Blue-White-Red roundels.

Artist: © Mikhail Bykov
Source: Avia-Hobby
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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | 6 Sqn, RFC | BE.2a | 468
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BE.2a
Unit: CFS, RFC
Serial: 470

Central Flying School, Upavon, Summer 1914. Note a.s.i.pressure head positioned above port wing; also rear cockpit windscreen. Subsequently used operationally by No's 6 and 9 Squadrons RFC in France and crashed 15th December 1914.

Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | CFS, RFC | BE.2a | 470
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BE.2b
Unit: 4 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 487

France, 1914. Note bomb rack between undercarriage V-struts. This aircraft suffered an engine failure during a bombing raid on the Lille railway junction March 11th, 1915. It was subsequently captured intact by German forces.

Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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Artist: © Pete West
Source: Air International Magazine, January 1995 (Vol.48, No.1)
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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | 4 Sqn, RFC | BE.2b | 487
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BE.2b
Unit: RFC
Serial: 2778

Unidentified training unit, United Kingdom, 1915. Note V-strut undercarriage, and cowled engine sump; engine cowling probably salvaged from a BE.2c.

Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | RFC | BE.2b | 2778
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Whitehead BE.2b "Helene"
Unit: RFC
Serial: 2884

The first Whitehead-built BE.2b; served with unidentified training unit in United Kingdom, 1915. Thought to have carried legend 'Helene' on starboard forward fuselage before delivery to Farnborough.

Artist: © P.Endsleigh Castle ARAeS
Source: 'The BE.2a & BE.2b' by J.M.Bruce, Profile Publications Ltd, No.133

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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | RFC | Whitehead BE.2b "Helene" | 2884
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BE.2c
Unit: 6 Sqn, RFC
Serial: 1671

During 1915.

Artist: © Richard Vernon
Source: Sent by Richard Vernon

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RAF BE.2 | Great Britain | 6 Sqn, RFC | BE.2c | 1671
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