CMS wrote:That is brilliant Iain your knowledge is amazing. I didn't realise it was the Kestrel rather than the Harrier in the film. I'm amazed the Fairey Delta was captured as well so now the Draken has been identified I'm getting there with most of the fixed wing aircraft. I think the first film is definately one show as Dad only kept a film in the camera for a short time before filming something else. I didn't realise there was more than one Sea Vixen team, what a wonderful era for British aviation. I will have a close look at the Wessex and see if I can work out the serials. Unfortunately the films have suffered the affects of time so may not be good enough. Anyway thank you for your invaluable help.
September 20 – Farnborough Air Show (Hampshire, England) – Six members of the French Air Force were killed when their Breguet 1150 Atlantic crashed while performing a single engine demonstration
The first of the SH-3Ds was initially fitted with General Electric T58s and, after being shipped from the United States, was flown in October 1966 from the dockside at Avonmouth to Yeovil airfield
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