Monday, 28 March 2016
The Barracuda, the Navy's new torpedo bomber, 10 November 1943 over FAA station Lee-On-Solent. From the IWM collection © IWM (A 20171)
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Line up of 10 FN F-8 E(FN) Crusaders at Landivisiau in June 1979 with Belgian Mirage at the far end of the line-up..
Reposted via Robert Robinson on FB who comments, ".. poor picture quality due to having a Zenit-E as a first camera. They are famous for inconsistent exposure across a frame, hence nearly all mine were brighter on the left hand side. Still, 10 F-8s were always going to make a nice picture I think...I made an effort in the 70's and 80's to do French Open Days as they often had good base flight launches. In this case all the F-8's flew, amazing!"
A visit to the Bristol Aeroplane Co. Filton, just prior to the outbreak of WWII. Bristol's chief Test pilot Capt. C.F. Uwin...
British Phantoms - F-4 Phantom II in RAF & FAA service (56, 74 Tiger, 111 Squadron, Wattisham photo call) - Save 'Black Mike' - this page last updated January 2018Having recently acquired Vol 2 of Patrick Martin's "British Phantoms" and bought Tim McLelland's mega 320-page "F...
A great view of the cockpit of Nick Caudwell's Sopwith Snipe, still undergoing test flying at Tyabb, April 2015 via The Australi...