WWII - Sea Fury

The Hawker Sea Fury Carrier borne fighter-bomber was the British Fleet Air Arm's last piston-engine fighter, developed during WWII it did not see service with the Fleet Air Arm until after the war. It was arguably the fastest piston powered aircraft ever manufactured.

It was a development from the Hawker Tempest, itself a development of the Hawker Typhoon. Originally, the Hawker Fury was designed by Sidney Camm in 1942 to provide the RAF with a lightweight replacement for the Tempest II.