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A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM37245

A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
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A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL  EM37245
A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87 1/72 BUILT MODELS EASY MODEL EM37245

A scale model of the aircraft Hawker Hurricane Mk11 87
1/72 Built Models
Easy Model EM37245
Manufacturer: Easy Model

BUILT AND PAINTED

Scale: 1/72
Material: Plastic
Condition: New in Box
 

The Hawker Hurricane is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was designed and predominantly built by Hawker Aircraft Ltd for the Royal Air Force (RAF). Although largely overshadowed by the Supermarine Spitfire, the aircraft became renowned during the Battle of Britain, accounting for 60% of the RAF's air victories in the battle, and served in all the major theatres of the Second World War.

The 1930s design evolved through several versions and adaptations, resulting in a series of aircraft which acted as interceptor-fighters, fighter-bombers (also called "Hurribombers"), and ground supportaircraft. Further versions known as the Sea Hurricane had modifications which enabled operation from ships. Some were converted as catapult-launched convoy escorts, known as "Hurricats". More than 14,583 Hurricanes were built by the end of 1944 (including at least 800 converted to Sea Hurricanes and some 1,400 built in Canada byCanadian Car and Foundry).Camm's response was to further develop the design, introducing a retractable undercarriage and replacing the unsatisfactory Goshawk with a new Rolls-Royce design, the PV-12, later to become famous as the Merlin. In August 1934, a one-tenth scale model was made and sent to the National Physical Laboratory at Teddington. A series of wind tunnel tests confirmed the aerodynamic qualities of the design were in order, and in September Camm approached the Air Ministry again. This time the response was favourable, and a prototype of the "Interceptor Monoplane" was ordered.Shortly after this the Air Ministry issued Specification F.5/34 which, drawing on the work of Squadron Leader Ralph Sorley, called for fighter aircraft to be armed with eight guns. However, by this time, work had progressed too far to immediately modify the planned four-gun installation. By January 1935, a wooden mock-up had been finished, and although a number of suggestions for detail changes were made construction of the prototype was approved, and a new specification (F.36/34) was written around the design. In July 1935, this specification was amended to include installation of eight guns.RAF trials of the aircraft at Martlesham Heath began in February 1936. Sammy Wroath, later to be the founding Commandant of the Empire Test Pilot School, was the RAF test pilot for the Hurricane: his report was favorable, stating "The aircraft is simple and easy to fly and has no apparent vices" and going on to praise its control response.The type name "Hurricane" proposed by Hawkers was approved by the Air Ministry on 26 June; an informal christening ceremony was carried out the next month when King George VI paid a visit to Martlesham Heath.

Hurricane
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Hurricane Mk I (R4118), which fought in the Battle of Britain
Role Fighter
Manufacturer Hawker Aircraft
Gloster Aircraft Company
Canadian Car and Foundry
Austin Motor Company
Designer Sydney Camm
First flight 6 November 1935
Introduction 1937
Primary user Royal Air Force
Royal Canadian Air Force
Produced 1937–1944
 

 

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