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Photo ID 70637 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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The Aardvark, another aircraft type that is not flying anymore...
Photo ID 194206 by Michael Frische. UK Air Force BAC Jet Provost T5A, XW434
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In static display with 2 sisterships at the "Portes Ouvertes Base Aerienne Merignac".
Photo ID 146143 by David F. Brown. Private Private Beech T 34B Mentor, N44007
Photo ID: 146143
Air Venture 2014
Photo ID 139727 by Doug MacDonald. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
Photo ID 136019 by Peter Boschert. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
Photo ID: 136019
Red Flag 14-1, RAF from Marham
Photo ID 132704 by Chris Lofting. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
Photo ID 127159 by Alastair T. Gardiner. USA Army Air Force Republic P 47N Thunderbolt, 44 83920
Photo ID: 127159
This Jug is now displayed inside the USAF Armament Museum at VPS. She is painted in the colours of 44-88129 'Expected Goose', a 463 FS/507 FG aircraft stationed at Shima Island near Okinawa. She looks good to me!!
Photo ID 121161 by Darren Mottram. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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The classic F-111 party trick, a dump-and-burn.
Photo ID 120276 by Darren Mottram. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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An energetic take-off by the display F-111 at the 2008 Amberley air show.
Photo ID 100581 by Lloyd Horgan. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
Photo ID 99004 by Mark Johnson. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
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Almost fully 'swept' through the low-level training area.
Photo ID 88734 by Andy Walker. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
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Photo ID 74087 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
Photo ID 74086 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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elegantly climbing into the sky...
Photo ID 72719 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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the "Pig" doing its famous "dumb & burn" manouvre
Photo ID 72718 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
Photo ID 70636 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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I think this gives a good impression how long the torch was during this spectacular demonstration
Photo ID 65789 by Tom Gibbons. UK Navy British Aerospace Sea Harrier FA 2, ZA175
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Scanned from Kodachrome 64 slide.
Photo ID 29884 by Tim Dwyer. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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Feel the heat!!!
Photo ID 27876 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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The dumped fuel is just about to ignite after the touch-and-go of the "Pig".
Photo ID 27875 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
Photo ID 27441 by Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings. Australia Air Force General Dynamics RF 111C Aardvark, A8 126
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With the last remaining F-111s leaving the RAAF within the next two years, the famous dump-and-burn manoeuvre will also soon become history. What a shame, as this is a really thrilling sight!
Photo ID 27348 by Gordon McDonald. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
Photo ID: 27348
Dambuster taxis at Lossie
Photo ID 25344 by Tom Gibbons. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4A, ZG727
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