Entering service in 1946 the De Havilland Vampire was Australia's first fighter jet and first jet trainer. Vampires in the RAAF used Rolls-Royce engines that were more powerful than the English models which were powered by the Goblin engines.
De Havilland (FW Emmen) Venom FB50 (DH-112) aircraft picture
Keith Meggs : The de Havilland Vampire
RAAF (affectionately known as a 'Pig' or 'Aardvark' to the USAF) - 'The…
The first production Beaufighter Mark IIF night fighter, fitted with dihedral tailplanes and equipped with AI Mark IV radar, in flight. This aircraft served with No. as in this photo some were fitted with Merlins engines.