Bruntingthorpe Cold War Jets day (pic heavy)

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Bruntingthorpe Cold War Jets day (pic heavy)

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Had a really good time at the Bruntingthorpe today, also included a lovely flypast from a Spitfire & a very unexpected visitor. Anyway, enjoy :D

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Brunty 2013 001 by Dan Reeves2, on Flickr

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Guess what air force this lovely Jet Provost belonged to
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Brunty 2013 021 by Dan Reeves2, on Flickr

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Brunty 2013 009 by Dan Reeves2, on Flickr

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Brunty 2013 010 by Dan Reeves2, on Flickr

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Brunty 2013 015 by Dan Reeves2, on Flickr

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Nice shots Dan, you sure had the weather today. :D
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I am a bit ... jealous?

Great shots, Dan :D
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Thanks guys.

The weather was most unbritish today as it was very nice indeed. It's the first time i've photographed aircraft with the sun out
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Nice set of shots Dan, wish I could have been there. That Bucc is looking nice and spangly - almost new :D
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Interesting to note that the Victor stayed on the ground this year, much to the relief of all concerned.
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Anybody worked out what air force the JP used to belong to yet. It took the commentator 5 or 6 attempts before he got it right :D
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I believe it is South Yemen, or as it was called when established South Arabia.
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Firebird wrote:I believe it is South Yemen, or as it was called when established South Arabia.
Smart arse 8)
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Very good indeed!
The Spit was a PR.XIX, right?

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james84 wrote:Very good indeed!
The Spit was a PR.XIX, right?
Yep :D
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