ROCKET MEN: No 121 Wing Typhoons

The Hawker Typhoon took some time to perfect, but by the spring of 1944, with powerplant and structural troubles under control, it was in a position to spearhead the British and Canadian offensive into occupied Europe. There were, however, unforeseen problems to overcome before the rocket-armed machines of No 121 Wing were able to make their full contribution in Normandy

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