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19-September-2020
ZA355 Recently repainted in Gulf War colours and named 'Mig Eater' (more of ZA355)
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19-September-2020
ZA355 Recently repainted in Gulf War colours and named 'Mig Eater' (more of ZA355)
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7-September-2020
G-BZRE Recently repainted at the Bournemouth Aviation Museum it it's corrected serial of WW450 (more of G-BZRE)
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8-October-2013
VT812 On display at RAF Museum Hendon. This Vampire served with No. 32 Sqn. at Cyprus in Dec. 1948, and then moved to No. 614 (County of Glamorgan) Sqn. in 1950 and to No. 601 (County of London) Sqn. in 1952. After repairs following Cat 3 damage, it moved to No. 602 (City of Glasgow) Sqn. and by 1955 was used for ground instructional use and display. (more of VT812)
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5-June-2016
N7791 On display at Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, NASM. This ex-RCAF Lysander with s/n 2346 was sold to a private owner in Canada, then the USA, eventually reaching NASM. She carries the later code AC-B of No. 138 (Special Duties) Sqn. RAF which flew an assortment of aircraft. During 1941-42, No. 138 (SD) Sqn. used the code NF and such a Lysander would have a ladder fixed to the fuselage and carried a 150 gal. fuel tank to drop off and collect agents in France. (more of N7791)
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21-May-2012
XV202 This is the last RAF C-130K Mk.3 to be retired, which served from 1967 to 2011. It was handed over in Sept. 2013 to RAF Museum Cosford for display. (more of XV202)