More commonly known as the Flying Flea. It should really be called the Crashing Flea as they more often or not crashed rather than flew. In front of it sits, to the left, a dummy nuke and to the right, a DB601 from a He111 that was shot down locally during WW2. Adjacent are the substantial remains of another He111 retrieved from a Scottish mountain.
Some 56 examples were built of the Northrop BT-1 dive-bomber. Low-speed handling issues and the lack of wing folding made it unsuitable for carrier use. The reworked BT-2 became the SBD Dauntless as Northrop became the El Segundo division of Douglas. Photo from: US Navy / National Naval Aviation Museum