This B-29 was built by Bell at Atlanta and delivered in August 1945. It was converted to a TB-29 and modified for radar evaluation in April 1950. It is now on display at the Strategic Air and Space Museum, acquiring this nose art after restoration.
Known as the Tornado Nightfox, ZG706 served as a technology demonstrator operated by the Strike Attack Operational Evaluation Unit (SAOEU) at Boscombe Down. It was modified to develop FLIR tactics for the GR.4.
ZJ242/E Bell AB.412 Griffin HT.1 Defence Helicopter Flying School, 60(R) Squadron, RAF Shawbury, Royal Air Force. Seen here on departure from the field at the Smugglers Inn, after the Dawlish airshow back in 2009.