The Hawker Hurricane was the unsung warrior of the Royal Air Force: ecplised by the Spitfire early in the war, it was nevertheless a formidable aircraft and arguably was more important during the Battle of Britain than its Supermarine stablemate.
Discover Bravo Bravo Aviation's Hawker Hurricane profiles, beginning with three very different aircraft:
- Battle of Britain ace Arthur Clowes' Hurricane Mk I in 1940
- Free French Claude Raoul Duval's desert Hurricane Mk Iin 1941
- LF363, the Hurricane Mk IIc flown by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight in 2014