This set of spitfire blueprints contains over 4,000 technical drawings of Spitfire models from spitfire Mk I to spitfire Mk XXIV. Drawings include measurements and detail of all major and minor parts.
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History of Supermarine Spitfire Aircraft
The British public saw the first Spitfire aircraft before World War II at the royal air force Hendon air display on Saturday 27 June 1936. Crowds of people want the see a British aircraft. Although full-scale production was supposed to begin immediately, numerous problems could not be overcome for some time.
Although the original airframe was designed to be powered by a rolls royce merlin engine producing 1,030 hp (768 kW), it was strong enough and adaptable enough to use increasingly powerful Merlins and, in later marks, Rolls Royce Griffon engines producing up to 2,340 hp (1,745 kW)
An iconic aircraft, The operational history of the supermarine spitfire with the royal air force began with the first spitfire Mk Is K9789, which entered service with 19 Squadron at royal air force Duxford on 4 August 1938.
The supermarine spitfire became the first high-speed photo-reconnaissance aircraft to be operated by the royal air force.