Queen Bee LF858 is one of about 70 machines built under licence by Scottish Aviation, Glasgow, in 1944. It saw service as a radio-controlled target drone at RAF Manorbier in Wales. The Queen Bee is based at RAF Henlow with the Bee Keepers flying group.
XL714 was one of 4 reconditioned ex-civilian Tiger Moths purchased by the Royal Navy in July 1956, primarily for the BRNC Flight at Roborough. G-AOGR is ex-RAF T6099 and is currently based in Lincolnshire.
Chipmunk T.10 WB654 served with quite a number of RAF units including the CFS and 10 AEF at RAF Woodvale. The civilianized Chipmunk 22 G-BXGO is now in an Army Air Corps scheme and is based at Westcott Farm near Aylesbury.
G-ECAN started life in Australia as A34-59, delivered to the RAAF in March 1943, serving various training- and communications units, including 6 CU at Darwin. Now owned by the Norman Aeroplane Trust, she is flown here by Henry Labouchere.
WP971 is in the markings of the Central Flying School, RAF Little Rissington and is operated by the Spartan Flying Group at Denham aerodrome. WP971/G-ATHD is seen here departing Woburn at the conclusion of the 28th International Moth Rally.
Dominie I X7344 had a brief RAF career serving with No.1 Camouflage Unit at Hendon in May 1941, before transfer to Scottish Airways Ltd at Renfrew and Inverness. 'JG' is based at Duxford and is flown here by Mark Miller.
Former RAF Phantom pilot Robin Russell put up a most impressive aerobatic routine in DE470 in the rather turbulent skies over Woburn. DE470 served with 16 EFTS and 16 RFS. On 6 November 1953 she was registered as G-ANMY and is now owned by Dog Easy Ltd.