|Canadian Warplanes 3: The Second World War, Short Sunderland
Canadian Military Aircraft of the Second World War, Short Sunderland
Data current to 7 Sep 2019.
Short Sunderland, flown by RCAF aircrew during the Second World War. None are preserved in Canada. One is preserved in the RAF Museum, Hendon, UK. RCAF No. 422 Sqn and No. 423 Sqn flew the Sunderland during the war.
(IWM Photo, CH12236)
Short Sunderland believed to be of No. 422 Squadron RCAF (identified by squadron code 2), at RAF Castle Archdale, Loch Erne, Northern Ireland.
Short Sunderland, Frazer-Nash FN13 rear turret of a Sunderland August 1940.
(Chad Kainz Photo)
Short Sunderland, RAF (Serial No. ML796), nose gun turret, IWM Duxford.
Sunderland V ML824 displayed at the RAF Museum London at Hendon wearing the codes of No. 201 Sqn RAF.
Short Sunderland, flown by RCAF aircrew during the Second World War.
(Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 5081614)
Short Sunderland, RCAF crew, L to R: F/O Frederick Field, P/O N.C. Rowley, WO1 T.E. Campbell, F/O W.J. Bice and WO1 J.O. Fink, Coastal Command, after their machine-gun attack on a German U-boat which had been attempting to harass Allied shipping.