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Dunsfold 1994

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Dunsfold 1994

Post by Buccs2b » Sun Jun 16, 2019 4:50 pm

Back in June 1994, I was able to attend the British Aerospace Families Day at Dunsfold :halo:

The event had a naval aviation theme

Here are some of the shots, hope they are of interest

1.
ImageDunsfold_19940618_0006 by Tony Adams, on Flickr

2.
ImageDunsfold_19940618_0003 by Tony Adams, on Flickr

3. I think the only time I've seen the pair flying together
ImageDunsfold_19940618_0012 by Tony Adams, on Flickr

4.
ImageDunsfold_19940618_0015 by Tony Adams, on Flickr

5.
ImageDunsfold_19940618_0032 by Tony Adams, on Flickr

6.
ImageDunsfold_19940618_0018 by Tony Adams, on Flickr

All the best

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Re: Dunsfold 1994

Post by F3 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:55 am

Certainly are. That sharkmouth SHAR a bit of a rare bird. Never seen a Navy a/c with such nose art only a Spanish one. Poor Firefly. Was @ DX the day it crashed. Sad loss to the show circuit.

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Re: Dunsfold 1994

Post by paddyboy » Mon Jun 17, 2019 3:04 pm

Hi Tony :P

You bet they are of interest :thumbs:

Thanks for posting :thumb:

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Re: Dunsfold 1994

Post by Greenlichtie » Sat Jun 29, 2019 8:23 pm

So was that a star in a reasonablly priced Firefly going round the track?!?

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