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Photo ID: 2254352
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Hawker Tempest Mk2
Gloucestershire (Gloucester) - Staverton (GLO / EGBJ)
UK - England, October 2, 1971
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LA607 / DN-J Skyframe Museum. Tempest II powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial engine. Now preserved at Lakeland, Florida.
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Photo ID: 2222683
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Hawker Tempest Mk2
Hendon (closed)
UK - England, December 28, 2012
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PR536 / OQ-H Problems with the Centauraus engine resulted in long production delays and, with the end of the war in sight, orders were trimmed. Many surplus aircraft were handed over to the Royal Indian Air Force and PR536 became HA457 in Sept. 1947. Six ex-Indian Tempest IIs were shipped back to the UK in 1979 and this example in the RAF Museum is actually a composite of three aircraft. The forward fuselage of PR536 is supplemented by the wings and the rear fuselage of unidentified Tempest IIs.
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Photo ID: 2218131
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Hawker Tempest Mk2
Hendon (closed)
UK - England, May 19, 2012
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PR536 / OQ-H Ex-Indian Air Force Tempest that was originally from RAF No. 5 Sqn., acting as a conversion unit for the Royal Indian Air Force. After Partition, this aircraft was handed over to the RIAF, and wore an overall metal finish with serial no. HA457.
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Photo ID: 2024219
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India - Air Force
Hawker Tempest Mk2
Delhi - Indira Gandhi International (Palam) (DEL / VIDP)
India, July 31, 2011
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HA623 Preserved at the Indian Air Force Museum, Palam. Approximately 130 Tempest Mk. IIs served with the IAF from 1946-1953. The poor quality of preservation at the museum can be seen by the deflated tyres.
Arjun Sarup
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Photo ID: 1897565
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Hawker Tempest Mk2
Cranfield (EGTC)
UK - England, September 10, 1960
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LA607 Used by the College of Aeronautics to help train tomorrows aircraft engineers. Later to the Staverton museum and now owned by Kermit Weeks.
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Photo ID: 1828871
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UK - Air Force
Hawker Tempest Mk2
Hendon (closed)
UK - England, October 22, 2010
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PR536 / OQ-H This Tempest was built by Hawker Aircraft at Langley in production batch of serials PR525-567. Probably since March 1946 was assigned by the No. 5 Squadron RAF based at Peshawar (now country in Pakistan). Unit served as the Tempest conversion unit for Indian Air Force Squadrons converting to this type. On 1st August 1947 was No. 5 Sqn at Mauripur dibanded, PR536 handed over to the RIAF and given serial HA457. Last Tempests were withdrawn up to c. 1956 but about destiny of HA457 didn´t known until 1979, when arrived with other five Indian Tempests to UK. In years 1990-91 was restored by The Fighter Collection at Duxford and since November 1991 displayed at RAF museum Hendon.
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Photo ID: 1828037
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Hawker Tempest Mk2
Hendon (closed)
UK - England, April 13, 2010
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PR536 / OQ-H This aircraft is ex Indian Airforce. Note the front section of the gondola of the airship R33 which is dispalyed on the wall above
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