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Beaufighter prototype
Unit: unknown
Serial: R2052

Bristol Works, Filton, 1939. Overall aluminium first flown on 17 July 1939. It carried A-type roundels of 35-in diameter on the fuselage, 63 in on the wing upper surfaces and 45 in below the wings.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | Beaufighter prototype | R2052
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IF prototype in camouflage 'A' scheme.

Artist: © Wieslaw Baczkowski
Source: "Samolot Mysliwski Beaufighter" Typy Broni I Uzbrojenia (TBiU), No.67
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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | Beaufighter prototype | R2052
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IC
Unit: 2 PRU, RAF
Serial: B

Heliopolis, Egypt, early 1942. One of two aircraft used for clandestine photographic missions over the entire Turkish coastline.

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 2 PRU, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | B
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IC "Pegasus"
Unit: 272 Sqn, FAA
Serial: M (T3315)

Idku, Egypt, lost to enemy action on 6th September 1941. Dark Green/Middle Stone/Light Mediterranean Blue. 35-in A1 roundels appear on the fuselage, with B type markings of 63-in diameter above the wings. The lower wing roundels are of A type, in 45-in diameter. The fin flash measured 24 x 27 in. The code letter, in White was approximately 28-in high and was repeated under the nose approximately 12-in high. Pegasus appeared under the cockpit in white letters approximately 5-in high. A large area of red dope marked the cannon trough area. Inset: Port and starboard nose sections showing name and areas of red dope.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 272 Sqn, FAA | Beaufighter Mk.IC "Pegasus" | M (T3315)
05/08/2013

Malta, 1941. According this source: T3316

Artist: © Ignati
Source: AviO Magazine, No.4
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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 272 Sqn, FAA | Beaufighter Mk.IC "Pegasus" | M (T3315)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IC
Unit: 252 Sqn, RAF
Serial: BT-T (T4767)

Idku, 1942. Dark Green/Dark Earth/Sky. 35-in A1 roundels appear on the fuselage, with B type markings of 63-in diameter above the wings. The lower wing roundels are of A type, in 45-in diameter. The fin flash measured 24 x 27 in. Codes are in Medium Sea Grey and approximately 28-in high.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 252 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | BT-T (T4767) Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 252 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | BT-T (T4767)
05/08/2013

According this source: T4757

Artist: unknown
Source: Beaufighter In Action
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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 252 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | BT-T (T4767)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IC
Unit: 248, RAF
Serial: WR-F (T4778)

Bircham Newton, Norfolk, UK, October 1941.

Artist: © Rick Kent
Source: Sent by Rick Kent

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 248, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | WR-F (T4778)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IC
Unit: 236 Sqn, Coastal Command, RAF
Serial: ND-C (T4800)

RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, June 1942.

The depicted Bristol Beaufighter Mk.IC belonged in the order of RAF 236th Coastal Command Squadron, and in a way it booked itself into flying legends. The crew composed of F/Lt.A.K.Gatward and Sgt.Fern flew up in this machine on 12th of June 1942 to fly over occupied Paris in full daylight and dropped French national flags at Victory Arch. Then, according to some declarations, it swept off Nazi flag from the roof of German Navy Command building, some other sources ascribed to the crew also bombardment of Gestapo building using airborne cannon...

Gatword Alfred Kitchener "Ken"
Fern George


Artist: © Rick Kent
Source: IPMS Stockholm.org

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 236 Sqn, Coastal Command, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | ND-C (T4800)
05/08/2013



Artist: unknown
Source: http://mujweb.atlas.cz/Veda/airwar/

Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 236 Sqn, Coastal Command, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | ND-C (T4800)
05/08/2013

RAF Wattisham, June 1942. Probably in Extra Dark Sea/Dark Slate Grey/Sky. 35-in C type roundels appear on the fuselage, with 63-in B type upper wing roundels and 24 x 24 in fin flash. The serial was 8 in high and the codes approximately 36-in high in new fresh Sky. The aircraft was flown by Flt.Lt.A.K.Gatward and Sgt.G.Fern on 12 June 1942 when in dropped a Tricolour on the Arc de Triomphe, Paris.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420
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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 236 Sqn, Coastal Command, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | ND-C (T4800)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IC
Unit: 252 Sqn, RAF
Serial: BT-B (T4828)

Idku, Egypt, December 1941.

Artist: © Rick Kent
Source: IPMS Stockholm.org

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 252 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | BT-B (T4828)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IC
Unit: 272, RAF
Serial: TJ-Z (T4882)

Idku, Egypt, March 1942.

Artist: © Rick Kent
Source: Sent by Rick Kent

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 272, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IC | TJ-Z (T4882)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IF
Unit: 25 Sqn, RAF
Serial: ZK-A (R2059)

Summer 1940.

Artist: unknown
Source: DeltaWeb International

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 25 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IF | ZK-A (R2059)
05/08/2013

RAF North Weald, UK, September 1940. Finished in Dark Green/Dark Earth/Sky. 35-in A1 roundels appear on the fuselage, with B type markings of 63-in diameter above the wings. The lower wing roundels are of A type, in 45-in diameter. Codes are in Medium Sea Grey and approximately 36-in high. Note the initial style of canopy. ps: code looks like R2069.

Artist: © M.David Howley
Source: SAM - Scale Aircraft Modelling Magazine, Vol.25, No.8, October 2003; Guideline Publications, 352 Selbourne Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU4 8NU, UK; ISSN 0956-1420
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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 25 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IF | ZK-A (R2059)
05/08/2013

Beaufighter Mk.IF
Unit: 25 Sqn, RAF
Serial: ZK-H (R2069)

North Weald, Essex, UK, September 1940. Dark Earth and Dark Green uppersurfaces with duck egg blue/BS381 (1930) Sky Blue (?) undersurfaces.

Artist: © Rick Kent
Source: IPMS Stockholm.org

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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 25 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IF | ZK-H (R2069)
05/08/2013

Note that this aircraft was one of the first Beaufighters to be delivered to the Blenheim IF equipped 25 Sqn and is still awaiting its individual aircraft letter.

Artist: © Peter Scott
Source: 'The Battle of Britain - RAF May to December 1940', Camouflage and Markings No.2
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Bristol Beaufighter | Great Britain | 25 Sqn, RAF | Beaufighter Mk.IF | ZK-H (R2069)
05/08/2013

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