The Typhoon and it’s variant the Tempest came to be regarded as some of the finest ground support aircraft of World War Two. Their development was not a smooth process. Improvements on the Typhoon led to a Typhoon II which became known as the Tempest. These aircraft, to many WWII aviation buffs, almost immediately call forth an image of a fighter bomber with the D-Day invasion stripes and wing-mounted rockets hunting German Panzers in France or in the case of the Tempest, pursuing V-1 Doodlebugs. This collection presents these unique aircraft as history remembers them.