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No.5 Flying Training School,RAF Oakington, Cambridgeshire,England,March 1962.The de Havilland Vampire was the 2nd jet fighter to enter RAF service,coming after the Gloster Meteor.Featuring a twin boom fuselage,which was to become a common feature of de Havilland designs,Vampire proved a capable early jet fighter.Vampire T.11 trainer developed from fighter versions & served the RAF until 1967.It was an excellent trainer & examples continue to fly today both in the UK & further afield.

de Havilland - Vampire T11 - Jet Fighter

France's Flying Warbirds Douglas AD4N Skyraider.

De Havilland Vampire T.11 #plane #1950s. My Daddy used to work on these at RAF Valley

A Dassault Rafale of the French Armée de l'Air Dassault Rafale leaps into the air for another sortie for Operation Serval over Mali.

The de Havilland DH.100 Vampire was a British jet fighter developed and manufactured by de Havilland

A French Armée de l'Air Dassault Rafale at Malbork airfield in Poland, with three others, as part of the NATO air policing mission, 28 April 2014. France is also flying almost daily missions over eastern Europe with Boeing E-3 Sentry AWACs.

Four French Armée de l'Air Dassault Rafales at Malbork airfield in Poland, as part of the NATO air policing mission, 28 April 2014. France is also flying almost daily missions over eastern Europe with Boeing E-3 Sentry AWACs.