A Handley Page Victor B.2 under tow from an RAF towing truck. The flight crew talk to the driver of the truck.
This is an image from the Imperial War Museum Collection. THE ROYAL AIR FORCE 1950 - 1967© Crown copyright. IWM (RAF-T 6171) Original photo link here - www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205214995# A Handley Page Victor B.2 under tow from an RAF towing truck. The flight crew talk to the driver of the truck.
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Aviation Photo #0709418: Handley Page HP-80 Victor K2 - UK - Air Force
'Lusty Lindy' two months before retirement from the RAF. Now grounded at Elvington the V bomber still performs taxi runs down the runway - Photo taken at Doncaster / Sheffield - Robin Hood (Finningley) (DSA / EGCN) in England, United Kingdom on September 17, 1993.
Aviation Photo #0545801: Handley Page HP-80 Victor K2 - UK - Air Force
The 1991 Mildenhall Air Fete static included a number of aircraft that had taken part in the first Gulf War. This H.P Victor K.2 XM717 was one of those aircraft and she wore "Lucky Lou" nose art as well as markings denoting the number of tanking missions flown during the conflict. It seems ironic but fitting that in the twilight of her long and distinguished military career the Victor - the last of the V Bombers - should see action again. - Photo taken at Mildenhall (MHZ / EGUN / GXH) in…