Formation flying is tricky enough,but landing in formation a whole different league.Hawker Sea Hawk FGA.4s from 800 NAS display team perform one of their trademark touchdowns at RNAS Brawdy in September 1958. The íƒÚRed DevilsíƒÙ team was formed in 1957 by 738 NAS and flew a five-ship of red-painted Sea Hawk FB.3s, but was disbanded at the end of the season. For the 1958 SBAC airshow 800 NAS took on the display mantle with seven standard-painted Sea Hawks, which were fitted with smoke…
A rather weatherbeaten Fairey Barracuda II MX892/R3M 'Mary' formates with a Mk III coded R5Z, this having a radome beneath the fuselage while MX892 has radar aerials on the wings. Both were from No 1 OTU, Ronaldsway, Isle of Man.
Avro Anson.The Anson Mk.I was a low-wing monoplane with retractable landing gear,a first for the RAF - in fact so new that crews often forgot to perform the necessary task of turning a crank 160 times to wind down the landing gear.There was a warning horn, but this was so irritating that many pilots disconnected it!In 1936 the type entered service with No.48 Squadron, Coastal Command, as the Anson Mk.I.
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