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Su-27 Flanker

Su-27 Flanker

beautifulwarbirds: “ A great colorized photo of some Mosquitos. ”

de Havilland Mosquitos of 105 Squadron at RAF Marham, Norfolk, UK. December 11 None of the aircraft pictured survived the war, either being shot down or withdrawn due to heavy battle damage. GB-A, Hit by AA and crashed.

RAF Vulcans, Phantoms and Lightnings, Buckingham Palace Flypast, June 1980.

RAF flypast of 3 Vulcans, 4 Lightnings and 2 Phantoms over Buckingham Palace after the Trooping the Colour ceremony in London in June 1980

The DeHavilland Mosquito. The joy of flying one of these back in World War II was that you would outrun EVERYTHING!!!

de Havilland Mosquito, quite possibly the most versatile war-bird ever flown. One of the few wooden-constructed aircraft of WWII

Vulcan bomber

uswatcher:British Vulcan bomber banking hard during an air show.

The has been regarded as the most extreme aviation project ever. But is it as bad as some critics say, especially Pierre Sprey?

Avro 698 Vulcan B2                                                                                                                                                                                 More

"Pinches at the shoulders a bit, Carruthers. Have you got a slightly larger size?

Three Hawker Siddeley Argosys, either of No 114 Squadron or No 267 Squadron both based at RAF Benson, in flight

“'Whistling Tits' - Argosys, of either 114 Squadron or 267 Squadron based at RAF Benson, in flight c 1965 Crown / IWM”