Top 10 Fighters Planes

No .6 Supermarine Spitfire

Manufacturer: Supermarine Aviation Works
Power Plant: Rolls-Royce Merlin V-12 piston engine
Top Speed: 369 mph
Armament: Eight Browning .303 machine guns; later version, four 20mm cannon

Used in all British theaters of conflict throughout the Second World War the Spitfire remains the unrivaled symbol of victory and Britain’s finest hour. But the Spitfire is also famous for giving Field Marshall Erwin Rommel the scare of his life.

On July 17, 1944, in the north of France, a Canadian pilot named Charlie Fox shot at the car carrying the German military mastermind and knocked it off the road, putting Germany’s “Desert Fox” out of commission.

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