The Fairey Firefly was a British WWII naval fighter that served in the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm. These more advanced naval aircraft superceded the older Fairey Fulmars. The Firefly remained in British Service well into the mid-1950s, while the book includes many of the Firefly variants: the F.1, F.1A, FR.1, NF.1, T.1, TT.1, NF.2, T.2, F.3, T.3, FR.4, TT.4, NF.4, FR.5, NF.5, AS.5, T.5, TT.5, AS.6, TT.6, AS/T.7, T.7D, U.7, T.8, U.8, and U.9. This book also looks at Firefly operations in the WWII Pacific Theater, as well as during the Malayan and Korean conflicts. Fireflies also served with several other British Colonial and Allied forces.