R. J. Mitchell

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Noun1.R. J. Mitchell - English aeronautical engineer (1895-1937)
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Brymor has been contracted for refurbishment works related to the relocation of the Warsash School of Maritime Science & Engineering to the nine-storey Reginald Mitchell Building on the Southampton Solent Universitys main campus at East Park Terrace.
One historian said: "For his work as the test pilot in charge of the development of the Spitfire, Jeffrey Quill stands out in aviation history, and his name has a place alongside that of Reginald Mitchell, the aircraft's brilliant designer.
Each was a 300mph single-seat fighter aircraft armed with eight machine guns --but the respective designers Reginald Mitchell and Sydney Camm chose to take completely different approaches.
It is another great Staffordshire engineer, Reginald Mitchell, who is famous for designing the Spitfire.
While the Spitfire will forever be associated with the Castle Bromwich factory in Birmingham, where most were made, it has roots in Staffordshire, where designer Reginald Mitchell hailed from.
Ian Reginald Mitchell, 56, of Mersey Court, Wallasey, admitted a total of 31 offences between 1995 and February 2010 against five victims, who were all aged between 12 and 15 at the time of the abuse.
During the protest outside The Reginald Mitchell pub in Stoke city centre, the group was surrounded by about 100 officers.
Members of the Welsh Defence League (WDL) joined in the demonstration outside The Reginald Mitchell pub in Stoke city centre.
And there is plenty of legitimate reason for that, like 31-year-old Reginald Mitchell, who produces rap music in a makeshift studio that 19-year-old Egbert Pinero professionalized with a few sheets of sound insulation to the tune of $100 a pop straight out of his own pocket.
There's a bronze statue of RJ outside the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery and a Spitfire Mk XV1 on display inside the Reginald Mitchell Spitfire Gallery.
Reginald Mitchell, a shy man who spoke with a stammer, seems an unlikely hero.
Chief designer Reginald Mitchell had won seaplane races by combining powerful engines with streamlined shapes.