The project stalled and died shortly after I left War Thunder the first time, however I have decided to not only resurrect this project, but bring over the few completed entries I wrote and create future additions.
Without further ado, here is the first in this series....
Built by English Electric Aircraft, this fighter started life with the assigned RAF serial VP775, but never marked as such. Taken on strength 27 August 1948. Served with both No. 442 "City of Vancouver" Sqn at Sea Island, British Columbia, and with No. 1 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station St. Hubert, Quebec, until retired in 1956.
Currently on display at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum.