The Typhoon started life as a design as a replacement fighter for Hawker Hurricane in 1937. It proved disappointing in its initial testing. At low level the Typhoon was fast, but above 20,000 feet its performance fell off badly. Early prototypes suffered from a failure of the rear fuselage.
The Typhoon can support British Forces from Festung Europa, D Minus 1, Villers-Bocage and MontyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Meatgrinder. They are available as Priority Air Support for 220 points or Limited Air Support for 170 points.
The Typhoon comes armed with cannons and rockets. Cannons Hit on 3+, have an Anti-tank of 8 (which strikes side armour) and Firepower of 5+. The Rockets Hit on 3+, have an Anti-tank of 6 (which strikes the top armour) and Firepower of 3+.