Hawker Siddeley Vulcan B2 at the National Cold War Exhibition.A Vulcan in the original anti-flash white, & XM645 in the later camo scheme. XM645 lost in a tragic landing accident at RAF Luqua,Malta,14 Oct 1975,killing 5 crew.

Hawker Siddeley Vulcan at the National Cold War Exhibition.A Vulcan in the original anti-flash white, & in the later camo scheme. lost in a tragic landing accident at RAF Oct 5 crew.

The world's last airworthy Vulcan bomber has completed its final flight, which   had to be kept secret until the last minute for fear huge crowds would attend

The world's last airworthy Vulcan bomber has completed its final flight, which had to be kept secret until the last minute for fear huge crowds would attend

Avro Vulcan painted in the anti flash white carrying mock ups of the American Skybolt air lunched ballistic missile. The Skybolt was intended to form the British nuclear deterrent, but due technical problems the project was cancelled.

Avro Vulcan painted in the anti flash white carrying mock ups of the American Skybolt air lunched ballistic missile. The Skybolt was intended to form the British nuclear deterrent, but due technical problems the project was cancelled.

This is Avro Vulcan XH558 on 1stJuly 1960, painted in "anti-flash" white, during her delivery flight from the factory at Woodford, near Manchester, to RAF Waddington near Lincoln. XH558 was the first Vulcan B.Mk2 to be delivered to the RAF, and she is now the oldest complete Vulcan in the world.

This is Avro Vulcan on painted in "anti-flash" white, during…

Handley Page Victor in anti-flash white

Royal Air Force Handley Page Victor in flight over the English countryside…

RAF Victor B.2 in overall anti-flash white paint scheme.

The Handley Page Victor bomber was a strategic bomber of the RAF's V bomber force used to carry both conventional and nuclear bombs.

British Royal AF - Vickers-Armstrongs Valiant B-1 (XD826) No. 7 Squadron, RAF Wittering is a Royal Air Force Station within the Unitary Authority area of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK

Vickers Valiant nuclear bomber in the white anti flash colour scheme which was used by the RAF to protect the bombers from the heat of a nuclear blast. The aircraft was powered by four Rolls Royce Avon engines lb thrust).

The Avro Vulcan, originally it was painted in anti-flash white shown here.  As Soviet air defence improved low level flight was needed to avoid it and the aircraft were painted with a camouflage pattern.

The Avro Vulcan, originally it was painted in anti-flash white shown here. As Soviet air defence improved low level flight was needed to avoid it and the aircraft were painted with a camouflage pattern.

With the increasing sophistication of Soviet air defence (particularly missile technology) the idea of a high altitude attack on the Soviet Union was abandon for low level attack. The V bombers lost their anti flash white for low camouflage. While the camouflage patten never looked effective over Britain, as it was designed to make the aircraft difficult to see high while flying over snow covered Eastern Europe.

With the increasing sophistication of Soviet air defence (particularly missile…

Six Avro Vulcan B.2 aircraft of No 617 squadron and six Handley Page Victor B.2 aircraft of either No 100 or No 139 Squadron (from RAF Witttering) lined up at RAF Scampton. These Vulcans and Victors are painted in their 'anti-flash' white paint-scheme.

Six Avro Vulcan B.2 aircraft of No 617 squadron and six Handley Page Victor B.2 aircraft of either No 100 or No 139 Squadron (from RAF Witttering) lined up at RAF Scampton. These Vulcans and Victors are painted in their 'anti-flash' white paint-scheme.

Six Avro Vulcan B.2 aircraft of No 617 squadron and six Handley Page Victor B.2 aircraft of either No 100 or No 139 Squadron (from RAF Witttering) lined up at RAF Scampton. These Vulcans and Victors are painted in their 'anti-flash' white paint-scheme.

Six Avro Vulcan aircraft of No 617 squadron and six Handley Page Victor aircraft of either No 100 or No 139 Squadron (from RAF Witttering) lined up at RAF Scampton. These Vulcans and Victors are painted in their 'anti-flash' white paint-scheme.

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An Avro Vulcan B.2A of No 617 Squadron undergoing final preparations at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire prior to a sortie with a Blue Steel stand-off nuclear weapon.

An Avro Vulcan of No 617 Squadron undergoing final preparations at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire prior to a sortie with a Blue Steel stand-off nuclear weapon.

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