Centre Spread Summer 2016

RADAR

RAF Museum Magazine Issue 14

 

 

 

 

A number of images of BAC Jet Provost Mk.52 G-PROV

taken in February 2016 with Clifford Colmer having his first flight in

G-PROV with pilot Tatiana Shevchenko at North Weald Airfield in Essex - http://www.rafmuseum.org.uk

 


Swords Aviation Facebook Page 2016

& Swords Aviation Website

 

 

A number of images taken during 2016 can be seen on the Swords Aviation

Facebook page & website. Swords Aviation are based at North Weald Airfield in Essex. They own & operate BAC Jet Provost Mk.52, G-PROV & Ex-ETPS BAC Jet Provost T.5P, G-VIVM

https://www.facebook.com/swords17/

http://swordsaviation.co.uk/

 


 

Vampire Preservation Group

Newsletter Spring 2013

 

 

A couple of images were used in the Vampire Preservation Group's

May 2013 Newsletter to comemorate the first flight in 2013 of the

Group's De Havilland Vampire T.11, WZ507

http://www.vampirepreservation.org.uk

 


BAC Canberra B(I)8/B6 WT333

 

This aircraft is based at Bruntingthorpe Airfield in Leicestershire

 

 

Several images of this aircraft have been used by the owners

in their Calendar for 2013

 


 

Lightning Preservation Group

English Electric Lightning F.6's

XS904 and XR728

 

 

A number of images have been used on their website showcasing the

Q-Shed QRA Lightning Scramble held on July 15th 2012.

Lightning Preservation Group Website http://www.lightnings.org.uk

 


 

Global Gateway Magazine

The Station Magazine of

RAF Brize Norton

 

 

3 images of VC-10 C.1K XV101 were used in an article titled

"Three VC-10 Aircraft Retire to Leicestershire" which explains the background to the retirement of 3 VC-10 C.1K's, XV101, XV102 and XV107 to Bruntingthorpe Airfield in Leicestershire in 2011 after over 45 years of service with the RAF's Air Transport and Air-to-Air Refuelling fleets.

RAF Brize Norton Magazine "Global Gateway" website - http://www.raf.mod.uk/rafbrizenorton

 


 

Lightning Preservation Group

English Electric Lightning F.6's

XS904 and XR728

 

Based at Bruntingthorpe Airfield in Leicestershire, these two

English Electric Lightning F.6's are kept in taxiable condition

by a small group of enthusiasts under the title of the Lightning

Preservation Group.

 

 

A number of images have been used on their website showcasing the

Twilight Photoshoot held on November 12th 2011.

Lightning Preservation Group Website http://www.lightnings.org.uk

 


 

Folland Gnat T Mk.1

Gnat Display Team

 

Based at North Weald Airfield in Essex, the Gnat Display Team operate

3 Folland Gnat T Mk.1's G-RORI (XR538), G-TIMM (XS111) and

G-MOUR, (XR991). G-FRCE (XS104) also belongs to the Team.

This unique Team are the only civilian Supersonic Jet Aerobatic Display Team.

 

 

A number of images have/are being used by the Gnat Display Team for the purpose of raising money for the Team and also are in use on the Team's Computer together with my Screensaver. All images were taken at the Nightshoot held on the 27th March 2011. The Images used are of G-FRCE, and G-TIMM.

Gnat Display Team Website - http://www.gnatdisplayteam.org

 


 

Grumman Albatross 141262

 

 

A group of doctors have been gathered together to do relief work in Haiti. Bill DaSilva is donating his Grumman Albatross to fly relief flights between Miami and Haiti and these images have/will be used to publicise this.

 


 

BAC Canberra B(I)8/B6 WT333

 

Based at Bruntingthorpe Airfield in Leicestershire, where it can be

seen in its "long nose" configuration and still resplendent in the

Royal Aircraft Establishment's distinctive "rasberry ripple" colour scheme.

This unique aircraft is kept in taxiable condition by a small group of enthusiasts.

 

 

Several images of this aircraft have been used by the owners for

record keeping purposes.

 


 

The History Channel

 

 

 

Military planners fear the runway's vulnerability to pre-emptive attack. Their solution - Vertical Takeoff and Landing Aircraft able to launch without runways. The Cold War's onset led to Western Europe's need to defend from Soviet invasion and the attempts by NATO powers to ensure they achieved aerial superiority over the USSR. One of the greatest fears was the concept of a pre-emptive strike that would knock out NATO airstrips before their fighters could take off. The solution was vertical take off.

This programme examines the early attempts to produce such an aircarft and the challenges involved in achieving that goal. We turn to the US efforts to build a Vertical Takeoff and Landing Aircraft aircraft, "Pogo" aircraft, the Ryan X-13 Vertijet, F-104, and Sikorsky S-57. Meanwhile, British designers were developing the P1127, which NATO nearly adopted as the European standard, before political wrangling killed full deployment. Its technology ended up in the Harrier Jump Jet.

 

Picture of Hawker Hunter used in the programme

SECRET SUPERPOWER AIRCRAFT: Quest for Vertical Take-Off

shown Monday August 20th 2007 at 3:00pm on the History Channel

http://www.thehistorychannel.co.uk

 


 

Aeromecha Vibration Controls

 

 

Picture of a Supermarine Spitfire used on the Aeromecha Vibration

Controls Website and also displayed as an artistic photograph in their office

(Large printed picture)

- http://www.aeromecha.co.jp/index_english.html

 


 

Little Gransden Airshow 2007

 

 

Picture of a Canadian Air Force CP-140 Aurora used on the

Little Gransden 2007 Airshow Website - http://www.littlegransdenshow.co.uk

 


 

Featured on Featurepics.com

 

FeaturePics.com

 

An article on Military Aviation Photography on www.featurepics.com

a site dedicated to Photography of all kinds

 


 

Steven Wilson /

HuntersAndTheHunted.com

 

 An image of a De Havilland Mosquito was used on this Author's Website

 


 

 MTC Technologies

 

A USAF F-16 image was used in this brochure

 


EADS Defence Electronics

Two Dutch F-16 images were used in this brochure


Venango Museum

Oil City, Pennsylvania

 

Venango Museum of Art, Science, and Industry
270 Seneca Street Oil City, PA 16301

The Venango Museum of Art, Science and Industry, located in Oil City, Pa., is a private, non-profit general museum that offers a combination of permanent and changing exhibits.

Annual offerings include musical and performance programs, summer children's programs, regional art shows, tours to historic sites, lectures, a changing annual "hands on" science exhibit for children, and an annual river expedition aboard a working replica of a 19th century packet boat, the "Pine Knot."

 

A photo was used of a pair of F-15E Strike Eagles taken at RAF Lakenheath

 


Images used on music CD's for

Southend Seafront Airshow

 

 

Several music CD's were produced for Southend's Seafront Airshow in 2001 and 2002. A few of my images were used on these CD's. The music's creator Phil Armand, used images of the Tornado and Harrier for tracks titled "Tornado" and "Harrier".

 

Phil D Music - CD's created by Phil Armand, Brad Luff and Dave Feldman

The music was also copyright BBC Essex

 

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