Avro Vulcan B.2, XM751, of the Scampton Wing as seen from the tail at its base of RAF Scampton. Underneath the aircraft, on a trolley, can be seen four bottles of pressurised nitrogen used within the aircraft's Electronic Counter Measures suite. The bottles would be loaded through the open tail hatches seen. The Scampton Wing consisted of Nos 27, 83 and 617 Squadrons.

RAF-T Avro Vulcan of the Scampton Wing as seen from the tail at its base of RAF Scampton. Underneath the aircraft on a trolley can be seen four bottles of pressurised nitrogen used within the aircraft's Electronic Counter Measures suite

A RAF Avro Vulcan bomber aircraft at the RAAF base Butterworth, Malaysia.The potential of these long range aircraft were a considerable deterrence during the Confrontation period from 1963 to 1966.

A RAF Avro Vulcan bomber aircraft at the RAAF base Butterworth, Malaysia.The potential of these long range aircraft were a considerable deterrence during.

Historical Photo Reveals the Damage to Vulcan XH556 due to Undercarriage Collapse, 1966

The Loss of Vulcan XH556 due to Undercarriage Collapse, 1966

Historical Photo Reveals the Damage to Vulcan due to Undercarriage Collapse, RAF Finningly I was at Bomber Command Vulcan Servicing School (BCVSS) at Finningly not long after this happened and the official investigation was still going on.

The Avro Blue Steel stand-off nuclear bomb, on its transportation 'dolly' underneath an Avro Vulcan B.2 A prior to being attached to the bomb-bay. The aircraft was of No 617 Squadron RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire

The Avro Blue Steel stand-off nuclear bomb, on its transportation 'dolly' underneath an Avro Vulcan A prior to being attached to the bomb-bay. The aircraft was of No 617 Squadron RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire

The Avro Blue Steel stand-off nuclear bomb, on its transportation 'dolly' underneath an Avro Vulcan B.2 A prior to being attached to the bomb-bay. The aircraft was of No 617 Squadron RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire

The Avro Blue Steel stand-off nuclear bomb, on its transportation 'dolly' underneath an Avro Vulcan A prior to being attached to the bomb-bay. The aircraft was of No 617 Squadron RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire

Save Southend Airshow are supporting the work to preserve VULCAN BOMBER XL426 at Southend Airport by Vulcan Restoration Trust - This photo is why!!! Sadly this was the fate of her sister XL427 at the moment her legs were blown off as part of the scrapping process.

Save Southend Airshow are supporting the work to preserve VULCAN BOMBER at Southend Airport by Vulcan Restoration Trust - This photo is why! Sadly this was the fate of her sister at the moment her legs were blown off as part of the scrapping process.

fact: Anti-flash white was used on the Royal Air Force V bombers force and the Royal Navy Blackburn Buccaneer for use in the nuclear strike role. British nuclear bombers were given though not at first until the problem was considered pale pink and blue roundels and fin flash rather than the traditional dark red white and blue (Info from Wikipedia).

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An Avro Vulcan with a Blue Steel air-launched nuclear standoff missile in the early

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