This is one of the most incredible moments ever. A squadron of 14 Spitfires made a wow moment in the sky. They made a show over a wartime airbase to celebrate a landmark day for the RAF that saved allies forces in the Second World War.
These spitfires stole the show as they flew in the sky at the Duxford Airshow. They flew down like before seen in the UK. These iconic fighter planes celebrated the 80th anniversary of the formation of RAF Fighter Command.
It may be recalled here that the fighter aircraft division that saved millions of lives when they fought off the German attack from the skies in the Battle of Britain in 1940.
The planes flew in a formation of 14 above the Imperial War Museum Duxford, including four rare Spitfire Mark Is, the first of model of a plane that served throughout the entire war and into the 1950s.
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