Fairey Gannet A.S.4
Howdy all ^^ Today i want to suggest you this amazing aircraft, perfect for the upcoming naval battles. I know that there is already one suggestion for the gunnet, but its out dated and basically a straight copy-paste from wikipedia, so i figured i might do another one, more detailed and exhausti...
Fairey Gannet - Photo Gallery
Cold War British military aircraft, including history, surviving airframes, profile drawings, photos, walkarounds, links, references. Also viewing guides for UK airfields and the Test Flying Memorial
david taylor images | The ‘Admiral’s Barge' | Courier Gannet XA430 | RAF Changi August 1962 Monochrome photography
XA430, still looking like an AS4 Gannet, was operating as Ark Royal’s ‘Courier’, before final conversion to the ‘Carrier Onboard Delivery’ COD Mk4 that she subsequently became. XA430 carried a large ‘kangaroo’ emblem on her nose for many months during ... - david taylor images
1953 to 1978 - FAIREY GANNET - 348 Gannet's were built for the Royal Navy between 1953 and 1959, replacing the Douglas Skyraider, initially for ASW duties and later in the AEW and ECM roles, retiring from duty in 1978. This aircraft, XR432, is of the AEW3 variant and entered service in April 1963, withdrawn in 1981. Seen here at RNAS Yeovilton in 1963.