801 NAS..the end of an era

801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby POD on Wed 25 Mar 2015, 11:58 am

9 years ago this week at Yeovilton...a sad day :sad: :sad:

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ImageKWIlls_IMG_5902 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

2,ImageKWills_IMG_5888 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

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ImageKevinWills_IMG_5867 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

4,
ImageKevinWIlls_IMG_5848 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

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ImageKevinWIlls_IMG_5858 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

6,
ImageKevinWills_IMG_5838 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

7,
ImageKevinWIlls_IMG_5870 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

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ImageKW_IMG_5723 copy2 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

9,
ImageKW_IMG_5615 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

10,
ImageKWills_IMG_5893 copy by Kdubbleya2012, on Flickr

and that was that .... :tumbleweed:

Cheers,

Kev W.
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Re: 801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby Airwolfhound on Wed 25 Mar 2015, 6:07 pm

Some fab shots taken here Kev, a piece of history :-(
https://www.flickr.com/photos/24874528@N04/

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Re: 801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby POD on Mon 30 Mar 2015, 10:37 pm

Airwolfhound wrote:Some fab shots taken here Kev, a piece of history :-(


Thanks Tim :rock:
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Re: 801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby PlymouthFlyer on Tue 31 Mar 2015, 4:16 pm

Cracking shots Kev as always :clap:
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Re: 801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby Phantom 892 on Wed 01 Apr 2015, 5:54 pm

Yes it was very sad. Even all these years on i still can't believe that any government would have been so stupid as to do away with our Sea Harrier force :wall:
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Re: 801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby centaurus18 on Mon 28 Mar 2016, 3:42 pm

Bumping this up, 10 years ago today, the SHAR was gone.
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Re: 801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby jag636 on Sat 02 Apr 2016, 8:00 pm

Come and ours at newark from the outside she's almost complete as the tanks are the last major item to be fitted, and thats taken us 10 years to get this far. Next up is the cockpit suite which could take as long if you look at the time it takes to locate things in the museum world, oh and her number ZA176 the one that landed on the alraigo and caused a diplomatic storm. And if my memory serves me she did fly with 801 but she wears the marks of 800 sqn, if you speak to me nicely I might let you look inside if you catch me there. Back to the thread though these are some of the nicest pictures I've seen in a long time thanks for SHARing :clap:
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Re: 801 NAS..the end of an era

Postby POD on Tue 05 Apr 2016, 12:01 pm

jag636 wrote:Come and ours at newark from the outside she's almost complete as the tanks are the last major item to be fitted, and thats taken us 10 years to get this far. Next up is the cockpit suite which could take as long if you look at the time it takes to locate things in the museum world, oh and her number ZA176 the one that landed on the alraigo and caused a diplomatic storm. And if my memory serves me she did fly with 801 but she wears the marks of 800 sqn, if you speak to me nicely I might let you look inside if you catch me there. Back to the thread though these are some of the nicest pictures I've seen in a long time thanks for SHARing :clap:


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