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On July 01 in 1960, XH558 took off from the Avro factory at Woodford for her delivery flight to RAF Waddington. Today she is the only flying Vulcan, the only flying V-Force aircraft and the only flying large all-British four-engined jet. This coming weekend she will return to RAF Waddington to deliver her spectacular display at the airshow. Here she is on that flight, a brand-new Vulcan in Anti-Flash White to protect her crew from some of the thermal radiation from a nuclear explosion.

On July 01 in 1960, XH558 took off from the Avro factory at Woodford for her delivery flight to RAF Waddington. Today she is the only flying Vulcan, the only flying V-Force aircraft and the only flying large all-British four-engined jet. This coming weekend she will return to RAF Waddington to deliver her spectacular display at the airshow. Here she is on that flight, a brand-new Vulcan in Anti-Flash White to protect her crew from some of the thermal radiation from a nuclear explosion.

Duxford IWM Cambridge the vulcan bomber!

Duxford IWM Cambridge the vulcan bomber!

Hadley-Page Victor B.2 first flew in 1959 as part of the RAF "V" bomber fleet. It's role changed to Photo Recon in 1968 and then to aerial tanker in 1969. Victor K.1's were retired in 1993.

Hadley-Page Victor B.2 first flew in 1959 as part of the RAF "V" bomber fleet. It's role changed to Photo Recon in 1968 and then to aerial tanker in 1969. Victor K.1's were retired in 1993.

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