RAF Cosford's Jags

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RAF Cosford's Jags

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Do they still run these Jags?

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aknott68 wrote:Morning Steve, it seems that people don't comment on photo sets very often these days, so have to say really impressive shots but caused me no end of confusion as I wondered how you got those shots last week when I was at the same event - then I realise you took them at a previous version of the event ;0) None the less very impressive


Most are from the previous event but the first two are from Thursdays I missed getting the Spotty Jag last time so made sure I got it this time. :smile: Spent most of the last event getting shots of the Harriers :whistle:

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Even though the Jags have now stopped moving (or prowling) around the Airfield is there still a chance to see them parked around if you happen to be visiting the Museum? Also are the Jet Provosts still active?

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Very nice set.

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Thanks, glad you like them

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