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Photo ID 18283 by Chris Procter. UK Air Force Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon T1, ZJ809
Photo ID: 18283
Photo ID 18282 by Chris Procter. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4, ZD715
Photo ID: 18282
Photo ID 18281 by Chris Procter. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4, ZD715
Photo ID: 18281
Photo ID 17993 by Scott Rathbone. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar T4, XX841
Photo ID: 17993
16 Sqn Jag at low-level.
Photo ID 17992 by Scott Rathbone. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZH557
Photo ID: 17992
Photo ID 17960 by John Higgins. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4, ZD746
Photo ID: 17960
This 15(R) Sqdn GR4 is still marked in the old SAOEU markings, seen here on a low level training mission in the Lakes from RAF Lossiemouth
Photo ID 17959 by John Higgins. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4 T, ZD741
Photo ID: 17959
An unmarked 14 Sqdn jet with wings at full 67 degree sweep 250ft at over 450 knots on a low level training mission through the Lakes, this is a GR4 in its element
Photo ID 17958 by John Higgins. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4 T, ZA551
Photo ID: 17958
A 9 Sqdn marked GR4 down low in the Weeds in the Lakes, although this jet is marked as 9 Sqdn is was actually operating with the Lossie wing
Photo ID 17944 by Alan Seymour. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4 T, ZG771
Photo ID: 17944
Tornado IDS ZG771 from 15(R)Sqn Lossiemouth Fly's lowlevel through Dunmail Lake District on 2nd Aug 2008.
Photo ID 17902 by John Higgins. UK Air Force Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon T1, ZJ805
Photo ID: 17902
A 29(R) Sqdn twinstick Phoon takes the bend with the M6 and West Coast mainline in the background, this jet was actually being delivered back to Warton for upgrade
Photo ID 17901 by John Higgins. UK Air Force Sepecat Jaguar T4, XX835
Photo ID: 17901
One of a pair of 6 Sqdn "Flying Canopeners" Jaguar T4's on a low level training mission just a few months before the type was prematurely retired by the RAF, typically they came through just as it clouded over
Photo ID 17798 by Scott Rathbone. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZE204
Photo ID: 17798
25 Sqn F.3 at low-level.
Photo ID 17795 by Scott Rathbone. UK Air Force Short Tucano T1, ZF448
Photo ID: 17795
72 Sqn 90th Anniversary special at low-level.
Photo ID 17794 by Scott Rathbone. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZE254
Photo ID: 17794
25 Sqn F.3 in the sun.
Photo ID 17670 by Nathan Daws. UK Air Force AgustaWestland EH 101 Merlin HC3A Mk512, ZJ998
Photo ID: 17670
Photo ID 17638 by Nathan Daws. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZE288
Photo ID: 17638
Photo ID 17637 by Nathan Daws. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZE983
Photo ID: 17637
Photo ID 17635 by Nathan Daws. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZE734
Photo ID: 17635
Photo ID 17634 by Nathan Daws. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZE200
Photo ID: 17634
Photo ID 16913 by Barry Swann. UK Air Force Boeing Vertol Chinook HC2, ZA709
Photo ID: 16913
This Chinook was one of a pair on transit through the hills, heading north.
Photo ID 16803 by Barry Swann. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado F3, ZG753
Photo ID: 16803
F3s are becoming incresingly rare and more so low down
Photo ID 16794 by Barry Swann. UK Air Force Eurofighter EF 2000 Typhoon T1, ZJ805
Photo ID: 16794
Nice pass with the motorway in the backdrop
Photo ID 16771 by Barry Swann. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas F 15E Strike Eagle, 91 0311
Photo ID: 16771
Inbound Card 72
Photo ID 16769 by Barry Swann. UK Air Force Panavia Tornado GR4, ZA611
Photo ID: 16769
Always nice to see 41 Sqdn Low down
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