Fighters of the 616 Sq. from Dunkirk to D-Day.
Spitfires, the renowned defenders of the British home islands during World War II, were some of the most powerful aircraft of the era. South Yorkshire Auxiliary Air Squadron No. 616 flew the Spitfire in combat against Luftwaffe fighters from the withdrawal from Dunkirk in mid-1940 to the D-Day landings in mid-1944. Most critically, 616 Sq. was a key component of the defense of London during the Battle of Britain.
- Royal A.F. No.616 SQ. Code: YQ-P 1942
- Royal A.F. No.616 SQ. Code: AB534 1942
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Stock Number: HSGS7334
Mfg. Number: 07334
Skill Level 3
Length: 7.59 in (193 mm)
Width: 10.03 in (255 mm)