The Firefly was a carrier-based fighter manufactured by Fairey Aviation Company Ltd. in Great Britain. Primarily used by the Fleet Air Arm. Introduced in 1943. Approximately 1,700 built.
Was a light bomber manufactured by Fairey Aviation Company Ltd. in Great Britain. Primarily used by the Royal Airforce, the Belgian Airforce and the Airforce of Peru. Introduced in 1926. Approximately 175 built.
The FCM 36 was a light infantry rank used by the French army during World War II. It was manufactured Forges et Chantiers de la Méditerranée in France. Produced between 1938 and 1939, there were approximately 100 built. Its main armament was a 37 mm gun and it also had a 7.5 mm coaxial machine gun in reserve. Weighing 12.35 tons, it had a top speed of 24 km/h (15 mi) with a range of 225 km (140 mi).
The BR.20 was a bomber manufactured by Fiat in Italy. Primarily used by the Reggia Aeronautica, Japan and Spain. Introduced in 1936. Approximately 600 built.
The G.55 was a fighter manufactured by Fiat in Italy. Primarily used by the Regia Aeronautica. Introduced in 1943. Approximately 275 built.Fiat Freccia (aka “Arrow”). The G.50 was a fighter manufactured by Fiat in Italy. Primarily used by the Regia Aeronautica, Finnish Airforce, Ejército del d’Aire and the Luftwaffe. Introduced in 1938. Approximately 800 built.
CR.42 was a fighter bi-plane manufactured by Fiat in Italy. Primarily used by the Regia Aeronautica. Introduced in 1939. Approximately 1,800 built.
The Doodlebug, as it was known in Britain, was a jet power guided cruise missle manufactured by Fieseler in Germany. It had an 850 kilogram (1,870 pound) warhead with a range of 250 kilometers (150 miles). Used by the Luftwaffe. Introduced in 1944.
The FW200 was an airliner/bomber and transport aircraft manufactured by Fockewulf in Germany. Primarily used by the Luftwaffe and Lufthansa. Introduced in 1937. Approximately 275 built.
The FW190 was a fighter manufactured by Focke-Wulf in Germany, among others. Primarily used by the Luftwaffe, the Hungarian Airforce, the Turkish Airforce and the Romanian Airforce. Introduced in 1941. Over 20,000 built.
The C.X was a biplane scout and light bomber manufactured by Fokker in the Netherlands. Primarily used by the Royal Netherlands Air Force and the Finnish Air Force. Introduced in 1933. Approximately 100 built.
The D.XXI was a fighter manufactured by Fokker in the Netherlands. Primarily used by the Finnish Airforce, Dutch Airforce and Danish Airforce. Introduced in 1938. Approximately 150 built.
The G.I was a heavy fighter manufactured by Fokker in the Netherlands. Primarily used by the Luchtvaartafdeeling. Introduced in 1938. Approximately 50 built.
Built by General Motors in Canada, the Fox weighed 8 tons, had an operational range of 250 km and a top speed of 71km/h (44mph). This wheeled armored fighting vehicle had one 12.7mm MG as well as a 7.62mm machine gun. About 1,500 vehicles were manufactured and saw action in Italy, Britain and India.
The FT-17/18 was a Belgian army tank that was equipped with a 37mm Puteaux SA-18 machine gun, although some were equipped with a 7.5mm Chatellerault (Reibel) Mle.31 machine gun. The FT-18 model was a little faster than its predecessor and had a slightly heavier armor. The Belgian army had around 75 of these at the start of the war.