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Avro Vulcan

Collection by Manuel Rosado Gonzalez

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 Avro Vulcan "The Spirit of Britain". Owned by the Vulcan of the Sky Trust, G-VLCN Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Vickers Valiant, V Force, Avro Vulcan

Long Island Airpower

Celebrating the aircraft designed and built on Long Island, along with other planes I think are beautiful.

british-eevee: “Avro Vulcan making a low pass (Date and location unknown) ” Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Commonwealth, Vickers Valiant, V Force, Avro Vulcan, Delta Wing, Air Force Aircraft, Royal Air Force

CV-2

british-eevee: “Avro Vulcan making a low pass (Date and location unknown) ”

The UK's last flying Vulcan bomber makes its final public display flight. History Final display flight for Vulcan Military Jets, Military Aircraft, V Force, Avro Vulcan, Bomber Plane, Delta Wing, Falklands War, Navy Aircraft, Public Display

Vulcan XH558 in final public display flight in Bedfordshire

The UK's last flying Vulcan bomber makes its final public display flight.

Avro Vulcan after crash landing at RNZAF Ohakea. Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Vickers Valiant, Handley Page Victor, V Force, Avro Vulcan, Delta Wing, Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft

Avro Lending – Loans and Lending UK

Avro Vulcan B1 XH489 after crash landing at RNZAF Ohakea.

Avro Vulcan B2 XL317 of No 617 Squadron at RAF Luqa, Malta in 1975. The radome at the extreme rear of the aircraft covers the Red Steer Mk 1 rearward-looking radar. This radome was stubbier than the one over the improved Red Steer Mk 2. Fitting the Red Steer Mk 2 actually lengthened the aircraft by an inch or two! Military Post, Military History, Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, Vickers Valiant, Tupolev Tu 144, V Force, Avro Vulcan, Delta Wing

Avro Vulcan B2 XL317 of No 617 Squadron at RAF Luqa, Malta in 1975. The radome at the extreme rear of the aircraft covers the Red Steer Mk 1 rearward-looking radar. This radome was stubbier than the one over the improved Red Steer Mk 2. Fitting the Red Steer Mk 2 actually lengthened the aircraft by an inch or two!