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Bloodhound Missile

Collection by Paul Dodson • Last updated 10 weeks ago

Paul Dodson
Three Hawker Siddeley Argosys, either of No 114 Squadron or No 267 Squadron both based at RAF Benson, in flight. Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, V Force, Weapon Of Mass Destruction, Bloodhound, Military Weapons, Navy Ships, Military Equipment, Royal Air Force


RAF-T 2703. RAF Guided Missile Fitters (S) of No 62 Squadron servicing a Bristol Bloodhound Mark 1 surface-to-air guided missile at RAF Woolfox Lodge Rutland

Bloodhound missiles on their launch pads with Scorpian control radar to the rear at RAF Holmpton/Partington Military Weapons, Military Aircraft, World Tanks, British Armed Forces, Weapon Of Mass Destruction, Military Equipment, Royal Air Force, Modern Warfare, War Machine

Holmpton Rotor Radar Station – Subterranea Britannica

Subterranea Britannica is a society devoted to the study and investigation of man-made (including Nuclear Bunkers) and man-used underground places.

RAF Land Rover towing a Bloodhound missile at RAF North Coates in 1959 Land Rover Serie 1, Land Rover Defender 110, Land Rover Off Road, Suv 4x4, New Jaguar, Old Lorries, British Armed Forces, Cars Land, Jaguar Land Rover

Many changes at RAF North Coates

HERE we have an unusual twist on our Then and Now feature. These views from RAF North Coates are more of a then, then and now, and were shown to us by Brian Stafford. Brian told us: "I hope...

An poster sized print, approx (other products available) - Bristol Bloodhound surface-to-air guided missile at Farnborough in Date: 1957 - Image supplied by Mary Evans Prints Online - Poster printed in the USA Fine Art Prints, Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, V Force, Bloodhound, Air Image, Royal Air Force, Online Images, Wonderful Images

The Bristol Bloodhound

The Bristol Bloodhound is a British surface-to-air missile developed during the 1950s as the UK's main air defence weapon, and was in large-scale service with the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the forces of four other countries. Designed to provide a last line of defence for the V bomber bases to destroy any Soviet bombers that got past the defending Lightning interceptor force operating over the North Sea, the Bloodhound Mk. I entered service in December 1958, and began to be replaced by the…

RAF - British - Bristol Bloodhound - Surface-To-Air Missile - 1958 V Force, World Tanks, Air Force Aircraft, Bloodhound, Royal Air Force, Cold War, Military Aircraft, Bristol, Fighter Jets

RAF Museum298 - British - Bristol Bloodhound - Surface-To-Air Missile - 1958

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To mark the anniversary of the RAF, her majesty and the Duke of Edinburgh toured the Royal Air Force Base in Abingdon​, England. In this photo, they're driven past a collection of Bloodhound missiles. Princess Elizabeth, Queen Elizabeth Ii, Pictures Of Queen Elizabeth, Edinburgh Tours, Royal Films, V Force, Queen Birthday, Bloodhound, George Vi

The Queen at 91: The most important photo from every single year of her remarkable life

Today, Queen Elizabeth II will celebrate her 91st birthday.