Myriad of Military at Bournemouth

Myriad of Military at Bournemouth

Postby Ledhead27 on Mon 11 Dec 2017, 8:18 pm

Over the past two weeks there's been a few interesting odds and sods knocking around at Bournemouth, including the following more interesting military movements. It's believed the C-37B was visiting in conjunction with the commissioning of HMS Queen Elizabeth.

1. ImageRoyal Air Force of Oman Lockheed C-130H Hercules (501) by ledwooddaniel, on Flickr

2. ImageUS Navy Gulfstream C-37B (166377) 2 by ledwooddaniel, on Flickr

3. ImageUS Navy Gulfstream C-37B (166377) by ledwooddaniel, on Flickr

4. ImageUSAF Bell CV-22B Osprey (11-0057) by ledwooddaniel, on Flickr

5. Not modern military but doesn't really necessitate its own thread. Today saw long-term resident Folland Gnat T.1, XR537/G-NATY, loaded onto the back of a low-loader. It's believed that this aircraft, formerly the mount of Red 1, is being transported to North Weald for eventual restoration to airworthiness.

ImageFolland Gnat T1 XR538 (G-NATY) by ledwooddaniel, on Flickr
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Re: Myriad of Military at Bournemouth

Postby CJS on Mon 11 Dec 2017, 8:42 pm

They don't go in for insignia for their C-37s in the US Navy do they? I wonder why?

Nice catches though, the Omani Hercules isn't exactly common is it?! Thanks for sharing :up:
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