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Handley Page Victor K2

The crescent winged Handley Page Victor was one of the longest serving aircraft designs to be found within the Royal Air Force during the Cold War period. It was also one of the most adapted aircraft,...

Hawker Hunter T7A

The Hunter T.7 was the two-seater training version of the first high-speed jet fighter with radar and fully-powered flying controls to go into widespread service with the Royal Air Force.Despite initial...

Hawker Siddeley Vulcan B2

The Vulcan was one of three aircraft intended to carry the UK’s nuclear deterrent. It was designed shortly after World War II and was the world’s first delta-winged jet bomber. Initially equipped with...

McDonnell Douglas Phantom FG1 (Nose section only)

‘Few other aircraft could have met the diverse demands made of the Phantom by the British Forces. For a brief period in the mid ‘seventies the St Louis All-Rounder was serving the RAF as both low-level...

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15bis

The MiG-15 was extremely simple although advanced in concept. It had a better rate of climb, ceiling and high-altitude radius of turn than any Allied jet aircraft at the time. It came as a shock to the...

Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer CCII

Known familiarly as the ''Twin Pin'', the Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer was a follow-up to the same company's single-engined short take-off and landing (STOL) transport, the Pioneer, and like the latter...

Short Brothers Belfast

Belfast aircraft were the first British aircraft designed to meet the RAF’s need for long-range transport, and were the world’s first military cargo aircraft with a fully automatic landing system.Broadly...

Vickers Valiant B1

‘The Valiant held Bomber Command’s head high, nationally and internationally’ Air Pictorial, March 1965 First flown May 1951, the Vickers Valiant was the first ‘V’ bomber...
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