de Havilland DH.100 Vampire
Manufacturer de Havilland English Electric
First flight 20 September 1943 and introduced into service in 1945
Last aircraft retired in 1979 by the Rhodesian Air Force
Primary users Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm
Number built 3,268
Australia purchased 80
aircraft, all fitted with Rolls Royce Nene engines.
They were built by de Havilland Australia.
They were used by RAAF and RAN.
They were retired by the RAAF in 1970 and the RAN in 1971.