Why Nasa still flies an old British bomber design
The Canberra bomber was designed way back in the 1940s. So why is Nasa still using three of them today? Stephen Dowling investigates.
Incredible images of Britain's Cold War RAF from 1950-70
With fears of a Soviet strike at the forefront of military planning, the RAF maintained an eclectic collection of aircraft prepared at any moment to intercept hostile aircraft or hit targets in the USSR.
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Aviation Photo #0990352: English Electric Canberra PR9 - UK - Air Force
A Canberra keeps it really low on departure from RIAT 05. - Photo taken at Fairford (FFD / EGVA) in England, United Kingdom on July 18, 2005.
English Electric : Canberra PR.9
Catalog #: 00039002 Manufacturer: English Electric Designation: Official Nickname: Canberra PR.9 Notes: DIO Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive
Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon
The world's abandoned airplane graveyards are spectacular to behold; corroding hulks of mighty fighter jets, bombers and commercial craft turning to rust.