BF2C-1 Goshawk fighters of US Navy squadron VB-5 in flight, 1934; seen in Jan-Feb 1986 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsBF2C Goshawk fighter at rest, date unknownBF2C-1 Goshawk fighter (right) at a National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics hangar, United States, 10 Apr 1936; note NACA chief test pilot Melvin Gough in foregroundGao Zhihang
BF2C-1 Goshawk fighters of US Navy squadron VB-5 in flight, 1934; seen in Jan-Feb 1986 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation NewsBF2C Goshawk fighter at rest, date unknownBF2C-1 Goshawk fighter (right) at a National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics hangar, United States, 10 Apr 1936; note NACA chief test pilot Melvin Gough in foregroundGao Zhihang's Hawk III fighter, 1930s
Yue Yiqin in full flight gear with a Hawk III fighter, China, 1930sJapanese soldiers inspecting downed Chinese Hawk III fighter Hawk III fighter previously flown by Gao Zhihang of Chinese 4th Pursuit Group, China, circa late 1930sChinese Hawk III fighters at Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, circa 1940s
Yue Yiqin in full flight gear with a Hawk III fighter, China, 1930sJapanese soldiers inspecting downed Chinese Hawk III fighter 'Ningbo Special' (No. 2503), Far East Stadium, Shanghai, China, Aug-Sep 1937Hawk III fighter previously flown by Gao Zhihang of Chinese 4th Pursuit Group, China, circa late 1930sChinese Hawk III fighters at Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, circa 1940s
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