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As far as possible photographs that are not mine are posted here with permission; thank you to all contributors to 'Jet & Prop', especially photographers Tad Dippel, Neil Cotten and Nico Charpentier, the editor of the magnificent 'Avions' magazine Michel Ledet and Jean-Yves Lorant, author, researcher and archivist at the Service Historique de la Défense, Paris. Images from the IWM and Roger Freeman collections are published here under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Licence. Occasionally some images on this site have been 'reposted' from facebook or ebay. They are used non-commercially in an educational context to depict historical events. If such is deemed necessary they can be removed on simple request. Contact me at falkeeins at aol.com. All rights reserved.

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Eagles and Hawks through the 'Mach loop' low flying jet site Wales

The Mach Loop is a series of valleys in West Wales (around the Macynlleth / Dinas Mawddwy / Dolgellau area) which are part of the RAF Low Flying Area 7 (LFA 7), where the RAF and USAF practice low level flying.