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pitfire PRVII or PR Type G, one of the two types of photographic reconnaissance Spitfires that retained their guns

pitfire PRVII or PR Type G, one of the two types of photographic reconnaissance Spitfires that retained their guns

Spitfire PR mk. XI's

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The last version of the reconnaissance spitfire the PR.XIX

First Photo-reconnaissance Spitfire leaving on the first spitfire recce sortie of [IMG] Spitfire PRXI - The most produced recce version of.

Spitfire F.21.  This is the "Super Spitfire" that was in development from 1940 on, but was so often delayed by having to produce interim designs like the Spitfire V and Spitfire IX that, when it entered production in 1944, it was unable to be used until combat until the final weeks of the war.  THE DECISIVE DUEL compares its story with the Messerschmitt Me 209, which never made it to production.

Spitfire F.21. This is the "Super Spitfire" that was in development from 1940 on, but was so often delayed by having to produce interim designs like the Spitfire V and Spitfire IX that, when it entered production in 1944, it was unable to be used until combat until the final weeks of the war. THE DECISIVE DUEL compares its story with the Messerschmitt Me 209, which never made it to production.

Spitfire PR.Mk.XI, PA892, 14th Squadron, 7th Photo Recon Group, RAF Chalgrove, UK, April 1945.

Spitfire PR.Mk.XI, PA892, 14th Squadron, 7th Photo Recon Group, RAF Chalgrove, UK, April 1945.

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