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Tempest V JN765 of No 3 Squadron, June 1944, with "D-Day stripes".

 

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Tempest V EJ672 of No 486 Squadron, October 1944.

 

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Tempest V EJ721 of No 56 Squadron, Dec 1944.

 

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Tempest V NV724 of 3 Squadron July 1945. Flown by Flight Lieutenant Pierre Clostermann.

 

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Tempest II MW800 of No 56 Squadron, 1946. Flown by Squadron Leader F.W.M. Jensen.

 

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Tempest II PR733 of No 16 Squadron, 1947. Flown by Flight Lieutenant R.E. Mooney.

 

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Tempest V EJ865 of No 80 Squadron, 1947.

 

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Tempest VI NX142 of No 249 Squadron, 1948.

 

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Tempest II PR674 of No 135 Wing, 1948.

 

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Tempest V SN330 of No 3 Squadron, 1948.

 

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Tempest VI NX135 of No 6 Squadron, 1949.

 

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Tempest V TT (Target Tug) NV994 of the Armament Practice Station (APS) at Sylt, 1953.

 

 

 

 

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