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SR-71. The closest I ever got to one of these, was inspecting the ejection seat after a timed out rebuild before re-installation. ...FW

SR-71. The closest I ever got to one of these, was inspecting the ejection seat after a timed out rebuild before re-installation. ...FW

SR-71/A-12 I got to see one in Mobile, AL in static display at the park for the…

SR-71/A-12 I got to see one in Mobile, AL in static display at the park for the…

Avro Lancaster by John Young - A 617Sqn Lancaster B1 Special (PD121 YZ-Z) drops a 'Grand Slam' bomb

Avro Lancaster by John Young - A 617Sqn Lancaster B1 Special (PD121 YZ-Z) drops a 'Grand Slam' bomb

Heinkel He 111 Z (Zwilling) :This was a design that entailed the merging of two He 111s. The design was originally conceived to tow the Messerschmitt Me 321 glider. Initially, four He 111 H-6s were modified. This resulted in a twin-fuselage, five-engine aircraft.10 were produced and five were built from existing H-6s.It could tow a Gotha Go 242 glider or Me 321 for up to 10 hours at cruising speed. They were also planned as heavy bombers.

Heinkel He 111 Z (Zwilling) :This was a design that entailed the merging of two He 111s. The design was originally conceived to tow the Messerschmitt Me 321 glider. Initially, four He 111 H-6s were modified. This resulted in a twin-fuselage, five-engine aircraft.10 were produced and five were built from existing H-6s.It could tow a Gotha Go 242 glider or Me 321 for up to 10 hours at cruising speed. They were also planned as heavy bombers.

An overhead view of a Vickers 'Valiant' B(K).1 aircraft of 49 Squadron RAF undergoing preparations for a flight at its base of RAF Wittering, Cambridgeshire, April 1964. The aircraft is painted in dark green and medium grey tactical camouflage reflecting the change from the high to low-level flying adopted in early 1964.

An overhead view of a Vickers 'Valiant' B(K).1 aircraft of 49 Squadron RAF undergoing preparations for a flight at its base of RAF Wittering, Cambridgeshire, April 1964. The aircraft is painted in dark green and medium grey tactical camouflage reflecting the change from the high to low-level flying adopted in early 1964.