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Pattles First Victory, 4th August 1940 by David Pentland. (GL)


Pattles First Victory, 4th August 1940 by David Pentland. (GL)

Gloster Gladiators flown by Flt. Lt. M.T. Pattle and Flying Officer Johnny Lancaster surprise a flight of Breda 65s from 59A Squadriglia over Bit Taob El Essem, North Africa. Pattle went on to be top Commonwealth Air Ace of all time.
Item Code : DHM0590GLPattles First Victory, 4th August 1940 by David Pentland. (GL) - This Edition
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GladiatorGLOSTER GLADIATOR: A continuation form the Gloster Gauntlet aircraft the Gloster Gladiator (SS37) becoming designated the F.7/30 was named Gladiator on the 1st July 1935. The first 70 Gladiators had Under wing machine guns (Vickers or Lewis) before the browning became standard The first aircraft arrived at Tangmere airfield on in February 1937 to no. 72 squadron. at the outbreak of world war two a total of 218 Gladiators had been received by the Royal air force with a total of 76 on active service. They served also in the Middle eats and in 1940 when Italy joined the war was nearly the only front line fighter in the middle east. Between 1939 and 1941. the Gloster Gladiator flew in many war zones. flying in France, Greece, Norway, Crete Egypt Malta and Aden. The Aircraft claimed nearly 250 air victories. It stayed in front line duties until 1942, then becoming fighter trainer, and other sundry roles. It continued in these roles until the end of world war two. The Naval equivalent the Sea Gladiator a short service in the Middle east and European waters. A Total of 746 aircraft were built of these 98 were Sea Gladiators.. Performance. speed: 250mph at 17,500 feet, 257 mph at 14,600 Range 430 miles. Armament: Two fixed .3-03 browning machine guns
Breda 65Followng on form the design of the Breda Ba.64 The Italian Breda Ba.65 Italian All Metal single seat Monoplane fighter was designed by Antonio Parano and Giuseppe Panzeri. It was designed to undertake roles in the air force as a fighter and also as a reconnaissance aircraft. The prototype first flew in September 1935. Production ceased in July 1939 after 218 aircraft were built by Breda and Caproni aircraft companies. Not only was it used by the Italian Aviazione Legionaria during the Spanish Civil War and Regia Aeronautica in the first part of the Second World War but atotal of 55 machines were exported and used by Iraqi, Portugal and Chilean air forces. The Ba.65 carried wing-mounted armament of two 12.7 mm and two 7.7 mm Breda-SAFAT machine guns, with internal bomb load of 200 kg (440 lb) and in addition could carry external bomb load of 1,000 kg (2,200 lb).of bombs.

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