World War I
Squadron Commander Dunning landed a Sopwith Pup on the flight deck in mid-1917.
On July 19, 1918 seven Sopwith Camels from the HMS Furious attacked and destroyed two Zeppelins in their sheds at Tondern.
World War II
The HMS Furious was assigned to escorting convoys and participating in hunter killer groups in the Atlantic.
She was also used in the campaign in Norway.
HMS Furious was used in ferrying planes to Malta and West Africa. HMS Furious also supported the North African landings.
HMS Furious' final mission was against the Tirpitz.
The HMS Furious served through most of the war being moved to reserve in September 1944.