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The Spitfire team receives their silver award from comedy star David Walliams at the What House?
Obviously, a Spitfire is a very iconic picture of the war and, because we have a sixth form with boys who would have been the same age as some of the pilots of the Spit-fires, it's particularly poignant.
Today Spitfire Island celebrates Castle Bromwich's proud association with the Spitfire.
Harry had been due to fly in the Spitfire PV202 piloted by John Romain, managing director of the Aircraft Restoration Company at Duxford, Cambridgeshire.
World War II <BHurricane pilot Squadron Leader Tony Pickering looks at some of the four Hurricanes and 22 Spitfire planes gathered at Biggin Hill Airfield in Kent to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Hardest Day, regarded to be the turning-point of the Battle of Britain during 1940.
Nathan, badly injured by an IED blast in Afghanistan, said: "It's every boy's dream to get into the cockpit of a Spitfire.
The company has updated and expanded the software pages on its website to better describe the breath of functionality offered by the Spitfire Project Management System, now in its ninth release.
Tongal is pursuing its first documentary feature film development in partnership with Spitfire Pictures, an Exclusive Media company, who produced the 2012 Academy Award winner Undefeated, the Grammy Award winner Foo Fighters: Back and Forth, and Martin Scorsese's Emmy winning music documentary feature films No Direction Home: Bob Dylan and George Harrison: Living In The Material World.
At the height of the Battle of Britain, with the threat of Nazi invasion looming, Barry council agreed to raise PS5,000 for the purchase of a Spitfire.