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Royal Navy FRADU English Electric Canberra TT.18 WJ874 (1992)

Royal Navy FRADU English Electric Canberra TT.18 WJ874 (1992)

Fleet Air Arm Tarpon(Grumman Avenger)Torpedo Bombers nearly a thousand of these bombers in three different marks were supplied to the Royal Navy during WW II.

Fleet Air Arm Tarpon(Grumman Avenger)Torpedo Bombers nearly a thousand of these bombers in three different marks were supplied to the Royal Navy during WW II.

F-35 Fighter plane मेरे ब्लाग पर आपका स्वागत है।: Top Fighter Planes Pictures

F-35 Fighter plane मेरे ब्लाग पर आपका स्वागत है।: Top Fighter Planes Pictures

Hawker Sea Hawk

Hawker Sea Hawk

2 Sea Harrier del 801 Escuadrón de la Royal Navy (NAS) , embarcados en el HMS Invincible , chocan en el aire antes de aterrizar en el portaviones ,debido a la mala condición metereológica reinante en el mar .  El piloto Lt.Curtiss (responsable del derribo de un bombardero Canberra argentino ) y el Comandante Lt. E.Jones perderían la vida al sur-oeste de Malvinas a las 9 pm .  "...Estas PAC (Patrulla Aérea de Combate ) logran récords de horas de vuelo y sufren las peores condiciones de vuelo…

2 Sea Harrier del 801 Escuadrón de la Royal Navy (NAS) , embarcados en el HMS Invincible , chocan en el aire antes de aterrizar en el portaviones ,debido a la mala condición metereológica reinante en el mar . El piloto Lt.Curtiss (responsable del derribo de un bombardero Canberra argentino ) y el Comandante Lt. E.Jones perderían la vida al sur-oeste de Malvinas a las 9 pm . "...Estas PAC (Patrulla Aérea de Combate ) logran récords de horas de vuelo y sufren las peores condiciones de vuelo…

Royal Navy "Historic Flight" XP924 aircraft at Yeovilton photo

Royal Navy "Historic Flight" XP924 aircraft at Yeovilton photo

British Royal Navy decided in 1964 to adopt the US Navy F-4J Phantom for use on their aircraft carriers. However, large modifications were made on the F-4J, both in equipment and in structure. The largest modifications were perhaps to replace the General Electric J-79 engines used on the American Pahntoms by British Rolls Roys Spey 202/203 engines. This required changes in the fuselage (engine bay, inlet duct, bellmouth control systems, etc.) as the engines were not of the same size.

British Royal Navy decided in 1964 to adopt the US Navy F-4J Phantom for use on their aircraft carriers. However, large modifications were made on the F-4J, both in equipment and in structure. The largest modifications were perhaps to replace the General Electric J-79 engines used on the American Pahntoms by British Rolls Roys Spey 202/203 engines. This required changes in the fuselage (engine bay, inlet duct, bellmouth control systems, etc.) as the engines were not of the same size.

At the start of Hitler's "invasion of Britain" Goering started by  bombing all shipping in the English Channel. To sweep the sea clear of the Royal Navy. So his landing barges would have a clear passage.

At the start of Hitler's "invasion of Britain" Goering started by bombing all shipping in the English Channel. To sweep the sea clear of the Royal Navy. So his landing barges would have a clear passage.

892 Naval Air Squadron at RAF Leuchars, 1976, ready to embark to HMS Ark Royal. 892 Squadron was the front line squadron and was based at RNAS Yeovilton, Somerset. 892 Squadron's badge was prominent on the fin in red, white and black; the black letter "Omega" was chosen for the marking as it is the last letter of the Greek alphabet, and at the time it was thought that 892 would be the last fixed-wing Naval Squadron.

892 Naval Air Squadron at RAF Leuchars, 1976, ready to embark to HMS Ark Royal. 892 Squadron was the front line squadron and was based at RNAS Yeovilton, Somerset. 892 Squadron's badge was prominent on the fin in red, white and black; the black letter "Omega" was chosen for the marking as it is the last letter of the Greek alphabet, and at the time it was thought that 892 would be the last fixed-wing Naval Squadron.

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