RAF World War Two 100 Class High Speed Launch HSL 110 - Air Sea Rescue boat

His boat looked very like this, it could really shift knots

Nimrod R1 XV249 of 51Sqn landed for the last time at RAF Waddington 28th June 2011. - Assembled at Woodford from 1966 as a Hawker Siddeley Nimrod MR. Mk1, one of 46 delivered to the RAF. Entered service in 1971 at RAF Kinloss with 120Sqn.

Nimrod of landed for the last time at RAF Waddington June - Assembled at Woodford from 1966 as a Hawker Siddeley Nimrod MR. one of 46 delivered to the RAF. Entered service in 1971 at RAF Kinloss with

This is a nice shot of an RAF launch in action rescuing glider crew.

original caption: This is a nice shot of an RAF launch in action rescuing glider crew.

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The British military powerboats of the and were the finest in the world.

RAF Air Sea Rescue launch 2767 at its mooring before departing for air-to-sea splash target firing in the Gulf of Aden. Khormaksar

RAF Air Sea Rescue launch 2767 at its mooring before departing for air-to-sea splash target firing in the Gulf of Aden.

Anniversary of SARFAnniversary of SARF A lockheed Hudson III air-sea rescue aircraft of 520 Squadron flies over High Speed Launch HSL181 of 71 Air/Sea Rescue Marine craft Unit while returning to Gibraltar fllowing a search in the Mediterranean on 2 April 1945. 06 February 2011

A lockheed Hudson III air-sea rescue aircraft of 520 Squadron flies over High Speed Launch of 71 Air/Sea Rescue Marine craft Unit while returning to Gibraltar fllowing a search in the Mediterranean on April

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ASR/MCS

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“The Sea Shall Not Have Them” - RAF Air Sea Rescue Services

“The Sea Shall Not Have Them” - RAF Air Sea Rescue Services

air sea rescue launch - Google Search

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These high speed "crash" boats as they were known, played a vital part in saving many a pilot's life in the coasts around the British Isles.

These high speed "crash" boats as they were known, played a vital part in saving many a pilot's life in the coasts around the British Isles.

ASR/MCS

ASR/MCS

WWII Air Sea Rescue launch.

WWII Air Sea Rescue launch.

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