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Gloster Meteor - Variants
... Meteor F.1 First production aircraft built between 1943 and 1944, 20 built ... Meteor F.1, Trent turboprop One-off engine test bed, built 1945, designated EE227, for the new and highly successful Rolls-Royce Trent turboprop engine making it ... Meteor F.2 Alternative engined version – only one built ...
HCU - List of Conversion Units
... III / TT.35 Tiger Moth II Vampire F.1 / FB.5 / T.11 Meteor F.3 / F.4 / T.7 / F.8 / FR.9 Tempest II Martinet I Spitfire XIV / XVI / XVIII / XIX / F.22 Javelin T.3 ... RAF Lossiemouth Formed at Molesworth by re-designating 1335 (Meteor) CU ... Buckmaster T.1 Wellington XVIII Mosquito III / VI / NF.30 / TT.35 / NF.36 Balliol T.2 Valetta C.1 / T.3 / T.4 Prentice T.1 Vampire T.11 Meteor F.4 / T.7 / NF.11 / NF.12 ...
List Of Air Ministry Specifications - List of Specifications (incomplete) - 1940-1949
... Ca 311, Caproni Ca 313 F.2/40 Fighter using Whittle jet-propulsion (Metrovick) - written for Meteor - see also F.9/40 Gloster Meteor II B.3/40 OR.80 High speed bomber Blackburn B.28 ... high-altitude night fighter Westland Welkin NF.II Q.10/43 Radio-controlled Fleet Gunnery target aircraft - Queen Wasp replacement Miles Queen Martinet S.11/43 OR.146 ... Type 171 N.21/45 OR.226 Naval carrier-borne two-seat night fighter de Havilland Sea Hornet NF.21 Q.1/46 OR.225 Naval target tug de Havilland Mosquito TT.39, Miles Monitor, Short Sturgeon TT.1 ...

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    The meteor that thrusts in with needle bill,
    And off a blossom in mid-air stands still.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)