Curtiss Kittyhawk Mk I: In the heat of the moment.

All the month of July “enjoying” an average of 40ºC and what comes to my mind?.
Flight Lt. Costello of the iconic 112 Sqn RAF and his simply irresistible Kittyhawk (Sidi Heneish, Egypt, April 1942). Suitably attired for the heat of the desert…. not so in case of fire. Those RAF 1936 Pattern flying boots are always a winner.

How the mind works.

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