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English Electric Canberra

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1,534 Likes, 18 Comments - 🇳🇱LOEN (@aviation_loen) on Instagram: “Canberra PR9 XH134 🇬🇧Royal…”

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British Aerospace Canberra

the specifications and history of the British Aerospace Canberra bomber aircraft

Canberra taxis in on return from its last operational mission at RAF Marham July 2006 Air Force Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, English Electric Canberra, Mask Tattoo, Experimental Aircraft, Postwar, Left Wing, Royal Air Force

END OF AN ERA - CANBERRA RETIRES FROM THE RAF

39 Squadron's Canberras. Part of the Tribute to the Canberra Web Site.

The RAF also used some Canberras for high-altitude meteorological work (Credit: Science Photo Library) Air Force Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Aircraft Carrier, Aircraft Images, Military Humor, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, English Electric Canberra, Plane Design

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.

English Electric Canberra of No 6 Squadron is seen ‘bombing up’ at RAF Tengah between May and August while on detachment from the Akrotiri based Near East Air Force Strike Wing. Military Jets, Military Aircraft, English Electric Canberra, Malayan Emergency, V Force, War Jet, Air Force Aircraft, Royal Air Force, Royal Navy

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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Shot from Skyvan G-PIGY after a practice display over former RAF Abingdon, on a photoflight organized by the Aviation Photocrew. - Photo taken at Kemble (EGBP) in England, United Kingdom on May View Photos, Cool Photos, English Electric Canberra, V Force, Royal Air Force, Great Shots, Military Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Cranberries

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.

January First non-stop unrefuelled transatlantic crossing by a jet is made by an English Electric Canberra. English Electric Canberra, Air And Space Museum, January 21, Royal Air Force, Cranberries, Military Aircraft, Warfare, Planes, San Diego

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

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