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Vickers VC10

The VC10 was designed as a long range airliner able to operate from short runways at airfields in hot and high conditions as found in Africa and …

Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R.Mk.1

The Nimrod maritime reconnaissance aircraft was derived from the Comet airliner.  It originally entered RAF service in 1969 in MR.1 variant to replace the Avro Shackleton. From …

Pinnace 63ft Mk.1 1374

The 63ft Pinnace was the workhorse of the post war RAF Marine Craft fleet, widely used at UK and overseas bases, for lifting and laying of marine …

RTTL 2757

Built by Vosper Ltd, Portsmouth to contract 6/MC/1342/CB21a, with two 1700hp Rolls Royce Sea Griffon 101 engines. Delivered new to RAF Alness January 1958. To 238 MU …

Lockheed Hercules C130K Mk3

First flown as a prototype for the United States Air Force in August 1954, the C-130 Hercules, as a troop transport, disaster relief and aerial tanker aircraft …

Lockheed SP-2H Neptune

The P-2H Neptune is a land based maritime patrol and anti-submarine aircraft. It was designed during WWII and is powered by two piston engines and two jet …

Bristol Britannia 312

Designed to a 1947 specification for a medium-range airliner for the British Overseas Airways Corporation, the Britannia prototype made its first flight on 16 August 1952. A …

Hawker Siddeley Dominie T.Mk.1

The Dominie advanced navigation trainer saw long service with the RAF. It was the first jet-powered navigation trainer designed specifically for such a purpose to enter service …