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First flight of the Hawker P.1081 research aircraft 19/6 1950.

The Hawker also known as the "Australian Fighter" was a British jet aircraft from the mid-twentieth century.

The Hunting H.126 (1963) was a British experimental aircraft designed and built by Hunting Aircraft in order to test the concept of blown flaps, or as they were known in Britain, "jet flaps". Only one aircraft was built, being flown in a series of one hundred test flights at the Royal Aircraft Establishment's Aerodynamics Flight at RAE Bedford. First flight 26 March 1963

The Hunting was a British experimental aircraft designed and built…

A Royal Navy Westland Wyvern S4 making carrier landing

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Supermarine Attacker | Supermarine Attacker FB2 aircraft picture

Forgotten Fleet Air Arm: 11 Abandoned Royal Navy Air Stations of the UK - Urban Ghosts Media

Aircrew while away the hours at RAF Kirton in Lindsay, Lincolnshire. 18th June 1941

452 Squadron RAAF pilots ouside their dispersal hut at Kirton in lindsey, Lincs, Colour by Doug (

Supermarine Swift

Supermarine Swift in flight (Date and location unknown)

XH134 EE Canberra PR.9 at the Southport Air Show, UK, 2014 Photo by Daniel Maguire @danrm84Instagram photo | Websta (Webstagram)

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EE Canberra at the Southport Air Show, UK, 2014 Photo by Daniel Maguire photo

stukablr:  Boulton Paul Defiant, nicknamed Duffy  AKA one of the biggest failures of the British aircraft industry… That is, before the post war era.

Royal Air Force Boulton Paul Defiant Mk Is of No. 264 Squadron RAF (including "PS-V" and "PS-A") based at Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire, 28 August 1940 during "The Battle of Britain"

RAF Vickers Valiant XD816 April 1968. The Cold War bomber had a short career in the RAF's trio of "V-Bombers".

RAF Vickers Valiant April The Cold War bomber had a short career in the RAF's trio of "V-Bombers".

Vickers Warwick 1943

Vickers Warwick - This aircraft served with the Air Sea Rescue Training Unit at RAF Station Hurn, Dorset, England - World War 2 These funny old things saved a bunch of lives in air/sea rescue, and flew in the most appalling conditions.

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