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
British aircraft rudder. This rudder is from Sopwith Snipe E7604, built by the Ruston & Proctor Company on 20 March 1918 under contract 35a/433/c301. In conjunction with the ailerons (moveable flaps on the wings) and elevators (moveable flaps located on the tailplane), the rudder helps to steer the aircraft.
Andover C - The Andover C I was a military development of the Avro 748 civil transport that had first appeared in The Andover was originally designated the Avro 780 to meet an RAF requirement for a multipurpose transport, with STOL capability
Old Changi Hospital, situated on the small Barrack Hill along Netheravon Road in Singapore, is a fascinating place with a long history, going all the way back to the mid-thirties as a small British military hospital called Royal Air Force Hospital.
RAF-T A Douglas Thor intermediate range ballistic missile arrives in the UK. The missile is on a trolley and is being removed from the cargo bay via the nose of an Globemaster of the United States Air Force's Military Air Transport Service (M