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A Rapier Missile System During London Olympics Security Exercise by Defence Images Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Tank Armor, British Armed Forces, Military Helicopter, Big Guns, Military Weapons, Military Equipment, Survival

A Rapier Missile System During London Olympics Security Exercise

A Rapier FSC Ground Based Air Defence (GBAD) system at Blackheath, London on 2 May 2012. The Rapier is one of six GBAD systems being placed around London as part of Exercise Olympic Guardian. This major military and civilian exercise is taking place to help make the London 2012 Olympic Games as safe and secure as possible. It will see a wide range of capabilities rehearsed in a deliberate and orchestrated manner over a nine-day period. Rapier, and the smaller Starstreak system, may…

Pilots of the Royal Air Force scramble to their aircraft in order to intercept German bomber formations during the Battle of Britain, England - Summer 1940 Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighter Pilot, The Spitfires, Ww2 Pictures, Battle Of Britain, Aircraft Design, Royal Air Force

World War 2 in Pictures

World War 2 on all fronts shown through photography. Pictures are posted when I get time. Disclamer:...

british-eevee: “Bristol Freighter in service with the RCAF ” Cargo Aircraft, New Aircraft, Aircraft Photos, Bristol, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Old Planes, Airplane Fighter, War Thunder

Bristol Type 170 Freighter (1945) was a British twin-engine aircraft designed and built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company as both a freighter and airliner. Its best known use was as an air ferry to carry cars and their passengers over relatively short distances. A passenger-only version was known as the Wayfarer.

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

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.

Vintage Aircrafts After roll out (on 15 April from the Vickers factory at Brooklands Airfield in Weybridge, Surrey, Standard (Series G-ARTA (c/n: is sen undergoing engine run-up tests prior to its first flight on 29 June Vickers Vc10, Fast Sports Cars, Airplane Photography, Passenger Aircraft, Cargo Airlines, Air Festival, Civil Aviation, British Airways, Concorde

After roll out (on 15 April 1962) from the Vickers factory at Brooklands Airfield in Weybridge, Surrey, Standard VC10 (Series 1100) G-ARTA (c/n: 803) is sen undergoing engine run-up tests prior to its first flight on 29 June 1962.

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From Brabazon to Britannia: Bristol’s Post-War Civil Aviation Developments Plane Photos, Lancaster Bomber, Air Machine, Bristol City, Commercial Vehicle, Commercial Aircraft, Civil Aviation, Diesel Locomotive, Royal Air Force

From Brabazon to Britannia: Bristol’s Post-War Civil Aviation Developments

On 23 December 1942 the British government established a special committee chaired by Lord Brabazon of Tara to investigate the country’s post-war civil aviation needs. The Brabazon Committee’s final report outlined the need for a number of key aircraft to be developed, which included a long-haul transatlantic airliner, a smaller shorter-haul airliner that could service the…

1947 - Royal Air Force (RAF) Vickers Valetta (Twin-Engined Piston Transport) Air Force Aircraft, Aircraft Design, Royal Air Force, Aviation Art, Royal Navy, Gliders, Helicopters, Military Aircraft, Wwii

1947 - Royal Air Force (RAF) Vickers Valetta (Twin-Engined Piston Transport)

Soldiers Load a Rapier Missile System During London Olympics Security Exercise Military Units, Military Weapons, Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, British Armed Forces, Concept Weapons, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Army Vehicles, Military Equipment

Soldiers Load a Rapier Missile System During London Olympics Security Exercise

British Army Gunners from 16 Regiment, Royal Artillery, set up a Rapier FSC Ground Based Air Defence (GBAD) system at Blackheath, London on 2 May 12. The Rapier is one of six GBAD systems being placed around London as part of Exercise Olympic Guardian. This major military and civilian exercise is taking place to help make the London 2012 Olympic Games as safe and secure as possible. It will see a wide range of capabilities rehearsed in a deliberate and orchestrated manner over a nine-day…

This British bloodhound missile system was designed to take down Soviet bombers, now one sits on the balcony of the Southbank Centre. Photo by Tabish Khan. Military Helicopter, Military Aircraft, World Tanks, Hayward Gallery, History Online, Vintage London, Bloodhound, Military Weapons, Royal Air Force

British History Dissected At The Hayward Gallery

Missiles, Margaret Thatcher and mad cow disease.

For half a century the RAF’s Red Arrows have entertained millions of people around the world with their breathtaking formation aerobatic displays. A new book tells their story . Raf Red Arrows, Aerial Acrobatics, Blue Angels, Royal Air Force, Aircraft Carrier, Air Show, People Around The World, Concept Cars, Display

In pictures: 50 years of the Red Arrows

For half a century the RAF’s Red Arrows have entertained millions of people around the world with their breathtaking formation aerobatic displays. A new book tells their story ...