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De Havilland DH-100 Vampire 2 ExCC - de Havilland Vampire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

De Havilland Vampire 2 ExCC - de Havilland Vampire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pinning this for my Dad, who flew this plane for the Royal Navy in the 1950s. The De Havilland Vampire

British-made De Havilland Vampire was the first fighter plane to exceed and the first to takeoff and land on an aircraft carrier (in My Daddy used to work on these at RAF Valley

De Havilland DH-100 Vampire Fighter/Bomber - British , Post-WWII

A British jet fighter commissioned by the RAF in WWII and introduced in Although out of RAF service by the end of the it was used by many air forces worldwide and set many records and firsts. Officially retired in

Vampire - Travolta had one of these and used it as a grocery getter...

Vampire - Travolta had one of these and used it as a grocery getter.

De Havilland (FFA) DH-100 Vampire FB6 - Untitled | Aviation Photo #2293487 | Airliners.net

De Havilland (FFA) DH-100 Vampire FB6 - Untitled | Aviation Photo #2293487 | Airliners.net

De Havilland DH-100 Vampire pic.twitter.com/7MPWENkko0

Skies-of-Glory on

De Havilland DH.100 Sea Vampire Mk.10 LZ551/G, flown by Lieutenant-Commander (Temporary) Eric Melrose ("Winkle") Brown, MBE, DSC, Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, left profile, with light fleet aircraft carrier HMS Ocean (R68), 3 December 1945.

RAF De Havilland Sea Vampire flown by Lieutenant-Commander Eric Melrose Brown, with light fleet aircraft carrier HMS Ocean December

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