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Spitfire during WWII Battle of Britain. Fab shot of the classic Spitfire!

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Avro proof of concept design for the development of the Avro Vulcan strategic bomber at the Manchester Museum of Science and Industry.

B-25 Mitchell

Mitchell - how my parents met at North American in KC.

Canberra low pass through a hangar not sure of date. This guy had to be crazy!

'RAAF Un-Official' Canberra 'Hangar Fly Through' Amberley - Photographer Unknown. Brave pilot and person on the ground: Airplanes Airplanes, Airplanes Jets Helicopters, Airplanes Choppers Military, Airplane Photos, Aweso

the first supper

Vulcan XH the very first one in my flying log book, so very many years ago…

Handley Page Victor dropping iron bombs. Probably the nearest it came to it's original task as a nuclear bomber.

Handley Page Victor dropping iron bombs. Probably the nearest it came to it's original task as a nuclear bomber.

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“Black Knights” Break Sound Barrier – Chris M. Valdez

Breaking the sound barrier. Military jets used to do this all the time over our house in rural Maine.breaking the sound barrier.

unid. Victor K2 55Sqn

55 Sqn - Royal Air Force ✈ The History of Airfield Gutersloh

A Lancaster Bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, flys over the Derwent Dam, 65 years to the day after the famous Dambuster raid known as Operation Chastise. Derwent Dam was used as a training location prior to the mission.

An Avro Lancaster Bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, flys over the Derwent Dam, 65 years to the day after the famous Dambuster raid known as Operation Chastise. Derwent Dam was used as a training location prior to the mission.

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breakerman: “ militaryimages: “ British Vulcan bombers from RAF Waddington flying in formation with Anti-Flash White in (Source) ” Beautiful shot of the classic Avro Vulcan - three aircraft line.

RAF crew running toward their Handley Page Victor bomber [1772  1784]

At the height of the Cold War a Victor scrambles during a demonstration of capability at RAF Cottesmore - Unlike their American counterparts at Strategic Air Command (SAC), who enjoyed an

My dad repaired these in World War 2. He was an airframe mechanic and was with No. 6 Bomber Command, stationed at RAF Leeming. ✈️

LANCASTER It's crews and support personnel referred to it as the Lanc. Note, there's no gun port nor belly turret to provide protection from that direction.

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