This Antonov AN-30 “Clank” (UP-AN301) is used by the Kazaviaspas. Kazaviapas is the air operations unit of the Kazakhstan Ministry of Emergency Situations. Seen at Astana IAP or 611th AB Astana during KADEX 2012.
This Gloster Javelin FAW.1 (XA564) is in the National Cold War Exhibition at RAF Museum Cosford. That hanger is a bit of a curse for photographers because it is too loaded. The "less is more" idea would be useful I think.
The Sanders-Roe SR.53 was an interceptor and used a rocket motor to climb to high altitudes. When it was at altitude it used a second Armstrong-Siddeley Viper jet engine, allowing it to remain at altitude. Only 2 were build.
The Fairey Delta 2 (FD.2) was a single-seat, delta-winged aircraft designed for investigation into flight and control at transonic and supersonic speeds. Powered by a Rolls-Royce Avon engine with an afterburner. This aircraft is the second of only two.
The Folland Gnat F.1 was a single seat lightweight fighter exported to Finland, India and Yugoslavia. Only 50 were built by Folland. The Ilmavoimat received 13 Gnats. It was soon found to be a problematic aircraft requiring a lot of ground maintenance.
The Textron AirLand Scorpion prototype leaving the RIAT 2014. The Scorpion demonstrator is a tandem-seat twin engine jet aircraft with an all-composite fuselage designed for light attack and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions.
While I was visiting 162nd FW this Hercules made a T&G. Although it looks standard it's a Lockheed TC-130H Hercules (65-0962) of the 55th Electronic Combat Group / 42nd Electronic Combat sqn used to train the EC-130H COMPASS CALL crews.
The EMB-145I is the 2nd of three prototypes which are developed by the Indian Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Based on the EMB-145XR it was on the delivery flight from Brazil when it made a stop at the Bahrain International Air Show.