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COBI 5525 Supermarine Spitfire MK. IX WW2 Plane |Speed Build

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About Supermarine Spitfire MK. IX

The Supermarine Spitfire, one of the classic fighter designs of all time, traced its heritage to the Supermarine racing seaplanes of the Schneider Trophy series in the 1920s and 1930s.

Chief designer R. J. Mitchell’s experience in developing these cutting-edge designs played a major role in the success of the Spitfire, which debuted in 1936 as one of the world’s fastest military airplanes.

Just four years later, dashing and distinctive elliptical-winged “Spits” tangled with marauding German fighters and bombers during the Battle of Britain.

The trusty fighter was continuously developed and had a long life with the Royal Air Force - in service at the beginning of World War II and still patrolling the skies on V-E (Victory in Europe) Day and beyond.

Wiki Supermarine Spitfire MK. IX

The BritishSupermarine Spitfire was facing several challenges by mid-1942. The debut of the formidable Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in late 1941 had caused problems for RAF fighter squadrons flying the latest Spitfire Mk Vb.[2]

Rolls-Royce engineers were already working on a new version of the Merlin incorporating a two-stage supercharger; the combination of the improved Merlin and the Spitfire Mk Vc airframe in a "stop-gap" design allowed the RAF to combat the Fw 190 on equal terms.

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Interesting Video About Supermarine Spitfire MK. IX

Below are some very informative and entertaining videos to get a better understanding of the military and its place in history. These videos may contain crude language or actual footage of warfare. If you find that these messages are upsetting, please do not watch them.

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