Hawker Fury       NX802


                                  The Fury was originally designed as a Typhoon/Tempest successor.   NX802 was the fourth
                                  prototype and was powered by a Centaurus XV engine.   By the time the Fury was in the
                                  advanced development stage the war ended, and the RAF cancelled its orders, preferring to
                                  concentrate on jet fighters.  However, the Fury came into its own after WW II in service with
                                  the Royal Navy as the Sea Fury and went on to become one of the best prop powered ship-
                                  board fighter-bombers of all time.   Although the RAF never operated them, several foriegn
                                  forces did.  In fact, 30 Furies were sold to Iraq in 1946.