Hadley-Page Victor B.2 first flew in 1959 as part of the RAF "V" bomber fleet. It's role changed to Photo Recon in 1968 and then to aerial tanker in 1969. Victor K.1's were retired in 1993.

The Handley Page Victor was a British jet bomber aircraft produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company during the Cold War. It had a second lease on life as an air to air tanker for quite a few years

Handley Page Victor was a British jet bomber

Hadley-Page Victor first flew in 1959 as part of the RAF "V" bomber fleet. It's role changed to Photo Recon in 1968 and then to aerial tanker in Victor were retired in

Handley Page Victor.One of the "V"bombers produced by Britain during the cold war

The Handley-Page Victor. One of three "V" series nuclear-weapon capable bombers produced by Great Britain during the Cold War. The others were the Avro Vulcan and the Vickers Valiant.

A Victor K1 of 55 Squadron landing at RAF Gütersloh.

A Victor of 55 Squadron landing at RAF Gütersloh. Is really planting trees

On Christmas Eve 1952, the futuristic Handley Page Victor, the third of Britain’s V-Force nuclear deterrent aircraft, soared into the air for the first time. It had been transported to the airfield by road, disguised as a boat. 30 years later, a Victor tanker nursed our chief pilot home after the famous Black Buck raid on Port Stanley’s runway. Congratulations to all those dedicated to preserving these magnificent aircraft. Thanks to Les Wilson for the pic…

On Christmas Eve the futuristic Handley Page Victor, the third of Britain’s V-Force nuclear deterrent aircraft, soared into the air for the first time. It had been transported to the airfield by road, disguised as a boat. 30 years later, a Victor ta

Handley Page Victor

The Handley Page Victor was a British jet-powered strategic bomber, developed and produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company, which served during the Cold War.

Handley Page Victor K2 (HP-80) aircraft picture

Handley Page Victor aircraft picture s little 'hop' of 2009


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