Culdrose air display

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alan broatch
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Culdrose air display

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A few photos I have just scanned from Culdrose air display it must be late 60s early 70s but may be later. Sorry about the quality
it was in my Halina Paulette days also I never logged my photos in those days so so some my be out of place.


Image(1) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(2) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(3) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(4) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(5) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(8) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(9) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(10) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(11) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(13) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(14) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(15) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Image(16) by alan broatch, on Flickr

Thanks for looking
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Re: Culdrose air display

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Great stuff, bit of a mix here as you have a Shackleton AEW2 (post 1972) but pre 1978 as you still have a Navy Buccaneer. But Sea King HC4s didn't become operational until 1979.
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capercaillie wrote:
Sat 11 Jul 2020, 1:05 pm
Great stuff, bit of a mix here as you have a Shackleton AEW2 (post 1972) but pre 1978 as you still have a Navy Buccaneer. But Sea King HC4s didn't become operational until 1979.
Yes, I would have said the date range was mid 70's to mid 80's?

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Those were the days I always enjoyed going to Culdrose airdays not that I got every year.I had a Halina paulette back then happy days.
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A great set.

The quality of the photos doesn't matter when the subjects are that good!
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Re: Culdrose air display

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Great to see, especially the Buccaneer and the unusual topsides view of a Shackleton!

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In photo No.3 it looks like Darth Vader meeting Superman under the Wessex

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