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Crew of a Victor B1 scrambles for their aircraft, RAF Cottesmore 1959.

Crew of a Handley Page Victor bomber scrambles for their aircraft, RAF Cottesmore

Victor V Bomber in 1961. Location unknown but most probably Farnborough, England.  Taken by Adrian Pingstone and released to the public doma...

The Handley Page Victor bomber was a strategic bomber of the RAF's V bomber force used to carry both conventional and nuclear bombs.

#13074 RAF VC-10 XV105 by Chris Lofting 2009-05-29

Back when aeroplanes were designed by humans with a set of French curves and a sense of aesthetics and not by wretched computers!

“WB771 Victor 1st prototype Farnborough 1953” (via this great album)

USAF X-series experimental aircraft. Looks more like the very British Victor Bomber to me. does anybody disagree?

Yak 141// In 1992 the Yak-141 was presented at Farnborough international air show and Le Bourget in 1993. Visitors and appraisers gave highest marks to this unique aircraft. Some countries showed interest in acquiring this plane, however no actual orders were made. It the early 1990s Lockheed Martin entered into partnership with Yakovlev Design Bureau for further development of this aircraft.

Where did the come from? Back when everyone was playing nice: Russian vertical takeoff and landing, carrier borne Navy airplane, Yak 141

The Handley Page Victor was a British jet-powered strategic bomber, developed and produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company, which served during the Cold War.

The Handley Page Victor was a British jet-powered strategic bomber, developed and produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company, which served during the Cold War.

RAF Leuchars Lightning F6

English Electric Lightning F 6 fighters of No 11 Squadron RAF prepare for take-off at RAF Leuchars in Fife.

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