Rocket Rails on Bristol Beaufighter

Rocket Rails on Bristol Beaufighter

A view of rockets being loaded onto the guide rails under the wings of a Bristol Beaufighter. This aircraft was probably part of No.404 (RCAF) Squadron.
Bristol Beaufighter, Jerry Scutts (Crowood Aviation). A detailed look at the development and service career of the Bristol Beaufighter, the first dedicated night fighter to enter RAF Service. Superceded by the Mosquito in that role, the Beaufighter went on to serve as a deadly anti-shipping weapon, and to earn the nickname "whispering death" over the jungles of Burma.
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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (21 April 2008), Rocket Rails on Bristol Beaufighter , http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_beaufighter_rocket_rails.html

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