Aviation Photo #2465145: De Havilland (FW Emmen) Venom FB50 (DH-112) - Untitled
This ex-Swiss 1954 Venom is seen here during its display at the RAF Cosford Air Show. The Venom was an uprated slim-wing development of the Vampire originally intended for high-level interception but used mainly by the RAF for ground attack, notably in Germany and the Far East. Previously registered G-GONE, this one is owned by Aviation heritage Ltd of Coventry Bagington. - Photo taken at Cosford (EGWC) in England, United Kingdom on June 8, 2014.
Air Force Memorial
Air Force Memorial - The South African Air Force Memorial is a memorial to South African Air Force (SAAF) members who have died whilst in service of the South African Air Corps and its successor, the South African Air Force from 1915 to the present during times of war and times of peace. The memorial is located on Bays Hill in Swartkop outside Pretoria and overlooks Air Force Base Swartkop, the first air force base of the SAAF. An annual memorial service is traditionally held here in May.