A FAIREY SWORDFISH IN FLIGHT/ Close-up of a Fairey Swordfish Mark II, HS 545 'B', in flight as seen through the struts of another aircraft, probably while serving with No 824 Squadron, Fleet Air Arm, 1943-1944.
Fairey Swordfish - Taranto Raid "Dude, it's hard not to be impressed by these things. They took out 3 capital ships at Taranto, restricting many Italian ships to port, wounded the Bismark and took out submarines. Incredible" KB
Fairey Swordfish. It was so slow (139mph top speed) that the Bismarck's fire control could not calculate the AA guns. It also flew so low many of the AA guns could not angle low enough to hit it. It helped sink the Bismarck and was in service until the end of WW2.