Buccaneer Pulls Off Low Flyby- Powered by 2 Rolls-Royce RB Spey Mk.101 Turbofans
Bang For Your Bucc! The Blackburn Buccaneer is an absolute masterpiece of an aircraft. Debuting in 1962 the Buccaneer has a sleek frame, has great visibility as well as agility and a heavy payload. Despite its heavy armor plating, this jet is incredibly fast allowing it to make precise attacks. It
1980s and 90s, No 208 Sqn RAF were the real experts in ultra low-level under the radar nuclear strikes. During the International Air Tattoo in 1993, to mark the squadron's 75th birthday, this Buccaneer S.2B was flown at an altitude of just 5 feet for the entire length of RAF Fairford's runway.
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Aviation Photo #0226274: Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S2B - UK - Air Force
Buccaneer XX900 ON HER LAST EVER FLIGHT! flying through the A5 Pass in the Snowdonia mountains en-route St Athan. Aircraft now at Bruntingthorpe. Flown by Dick Catterall and Mike Scarffe - Photo taken at Machynlleth Loop area [OFF AIRPORT] in Wales, United Kingdom on April 6, 1994.
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CT 59. Blackburn Buccaneer S2 XV348 of No 12 Squadron RAF firing rockets from a pod on its port inner pylon at a practice target in the sea 1972.
Aviation Photo #1251081: Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S2B - UK - Air Force
Parked with XV864 at the Airshow. Scanned from film. - Photo taken at Leuchars (St. Andrews) (ADX / EGQL) in Scotland, United Kingdom in September, 1988.