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Vickers Supermarine 

Location Unknown / Unclear. Aircraft carrier HMS Eagle at sea with plane flying towards it ready to land. LS. Supermarine 508 aircraft making deck landing. LS. The Vicker Supermarine 508 with wings folded being pushed along deck. LS. Scenes of the Vicker Supermarine 508 aircraft taking off and landing on the aircraft carrier. LS. Mechanics servicing the plane - two shots. More shots of the Supermarine 508 taking off and landing. (Mute Dupe Neg.& F.G.) Date found in the old record - 02/09/1952. FILM ID:2608.25 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 1678 British Pathé
Spitfire v Eagle
Whilst flying the Spitfire, I came across this eagle.. A large Sea Eagle that patrols the river.
Views: 64 Boggy
Naval Pilot Killed (1958)
Full title reads: "Portsmouth. Naval Pilot Killed". Solent, Hampshire. GV Elevated shot of Royal Navy ratings and officers formed up on deck of aircraft carrier HMS Victorious. SV Officers looking out to sea, waiting for the first of the Scimitars fighter bombers to arrive. GV Flight deck of the Victorious and a cloud of smoke comes from one of the Victorious' guns. CU Officers looking out for the first of the aircraft. LV Scimitar plane piloted by Commander John Desmond Russell coming in to land, it touches down, hooks onto the arrester wires, goes past camera which pans with it. Wire breaks and plane rolls along deck. SV Aircraft in sea with waves lapping over the cockpit in which is Commander Russell. LV Helicopter flying over the aircraft with man who has been lowered on line to try and rescue Commander Russell, but the waves are still lapping over the closed cockpit, GV Helicopter with man still on line flying away from the spot where aircraft has sunk. GV Victorious, helicopter flying over it. (Lav.) Note: Incident took place 25 September 1958. Cataloguer's Note: - The drowning pilot can clearly be seen in this footage - use with care - MD. FILM ID:1561.1 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 68812 British Pathé
Flight Deck Of British Aircraft (1945)
Unissued / Unused Material Shots aboard a British aircraft carrier (light conditions dull) showing Seafire planes of the Fleet Air Arm taking off, landing, some faulty landings. One plane pancakes and is pushed overboard. Planes parked on deck with folded wings and spray breaking over them. Pilots walking across deck. More shots of planes on deck. Pilots getting into planes. Plane damaged on landing. More landings - some bad ones. PACIFIC FLEET.(lavender). FILM ID:2048.12 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 17287 British Pathé
Jets Join Up With The Navy (1950)
Full title reads: "Jets Join Up With The Navy". VS of aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious at sea. MV Towards and pan aircraft taking off. SV Attacker aircraft taking off. SV Deck shot Vickers Supermarine Attacker fighter plane running along for take off. SV Elevated Attacker taking off. LV Destroyer escort ploughing through heavy seas. LV Towards and pan Attacker coming into land. LV Towards and pan Attacker landing. LV Elevated towards and pan Attacker landing. (Lav.) (Orig.G.) Selected Originals exist - see other records. FILM ID:1464.07 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 4459 British Pathé
Sea Venoms & Scimitars come aboard RN carrier
Sea Venoms & Scimitars come aboard RN carrier sorry about the cuts but back then I had a YT time limit and besides just wanted to show the interesting bits, i.e. the planes.
Views: 91728 Roystone Szweda
Seafire deck operations: Royal Navy, circa 1943
A Royal Navy partially-dramatised presentation showing Seafire IIC fighters operating from an escort carrier.
Views: 8816 Armoured Carriers
Pearl Harbor (2001) - "The Battle of Britain"
Battle scene that shows Rafe (Ben Affleck), an American pilot volunteering to serve with the British Royal Air Force, taking off to combat an aerial attack by a formation of German bombers and fighters attacking England.
Views: 1844406 POINDEXTER
Red Bull Sea Vixen
This is a brief air-to-air segment of a Sea Vixen in Red Bull Markings based here in the UK
Views: 27751 FlyingMachinesTV
Heroes Over Europe: Campaign Walkthrough: Eagle Day
Hello everyone! Today we are playing the Heroes Over Europe Campaign. Take Care and Enjoy!
Views: 174 Runsva
Supermarine Scimitar
803 Squadron operations aboard HMS Hermes 1962
Views: 3768 John Flexman
Jet Aircraft Operations aboard HMS Hermes 1960s
HMS Hermes was a conventional British aircraft carrier and the last of the Centaur-class. Hermes was in service with the Royal Navy from 1959 until 1984, and she served as the flagship of the British forces during the 1982 Falklands War. After being sold to India in 1986, the vessel was recommissioned and remains in service with the Indian Navy as the INS Viraat. The Supermarine Scimitar was a British naval fighter aircraft operated by the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm. The prototype for the eventual production version flew in January 1956 and production aircraft were delivered in 1957. It saw service with the Royal Navy from 1958 until 1969. The de Havilland DH.110 Sea Vixen is a twin boom, twin-engined 1950s–60s British two-seat jet fighter of the Fleet Air Arm designed by de Havilland at Hatfield, Hertfordshire. Developed from an earlier first generation jet fighter, the Sea Vixen was a capable carrier-based fleet defence fighter that served into the 1970s. Initially produced by de Havilland it was later known as the Hawker Siddeley Sea Vixen after de Havilland became a part of the Hawker Siddeley Group in 1960. A single example remains airworthy today in the UK and is displayed regularly at airshows.
Views: 37377 Dave Reeves
Royal Navy Sea Hawks..
The Sea Hawk(rare unseen film)
Views: 10845 Joluqa Malta
Hawker Hurricane Mk.I
Copyright © 2011 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. The Hawker Hurricane is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was designed and predominantly built by Hawker Aircraft Ltd for the Royal Air Force (RAF). Although largely overshadowed by the Supermarine Spitfire, the aircraft became renowned during the Battle of Britain, accounting for 60% of the RAF's air victories in the battle, and served in all the major theatres of the Second World War. The 1930s design evolved through several versions and adaptations, resulting in a series of aircraft which acted as interceptor-fighters, fighter-bombers (also called "Hurribombers"), and ground support aircraft. Further versions known as the Sea Hurricane had modifications which enabled operation from ships. Some were converted as catapult-launched convoy escorts, known as "Hurricats". More than 14,000 Hurricanes were built by the end of 1944 (including about 1,200 converted to Sea Hurricanes and some 1,400 built in Canada by the Canada Car and Foundry).
Views: 59923 Wings
Dynam Spitfire HobbyEagle A3 SE Gyro Flight Demo
Hobby Eagle Gyro A3 SE in the Dynam Spitfire, Enjoy!
Views: 12405 Motion RC
HMS Hermes R12 enters Devonport Naval Base and passes the mothballed / decommissioned aircraft carrier HMS Eagle R05 on 25th May 1977.
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Spitfire & Hurricane Flying Display
Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2014 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. The Battle of Britain (German: Luftschlacht um England, literally "Air battle for England") is the name given to the Second World War air campaign waged by the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) against the United Kingdom during the summer and autumn of 1940. The name is derived from a famous speech delivered by Prime Minister Winston Churchill in the House of Commons: "... the Battle of France is over. I expect that the Battle of Britain is about to begin." The Battle of Britain was the first major campaign to be fought entirely by air forces, and was also the largest and most sustained aerial bombing campaign to that date. The objective of the campaign was to gain air superiority over the Royal Air Force (RAF), especially Fighter Command. From July 1940, coastal shipping convoys and shipping centres, such as Portsmouth, were the main targets; one month later the Luftwaffe shifted its attacks to RAF airfields and infrastructure. As the battle progressed the Luftwaffe also targeted aircraft factories and ground infrastructure. Eventually the Luftwaffe resorted to attacking areas of political significance and using terror bombing strategy. The failure of Germany to achieve its objectives of destroying Britain's air defences, or forcing Britain to negotiate an armistice or an outright surrender, is considered its first major defeat and a crucial turning point in the Second World War. By preventing Germany from gaining air superiority, the battle ended the threat that Hitler would launch Operation Sea Lion, a proposed amphibious and airborne invasion of Britain.
Views: 28560 Wings
Gloster Gladiator Mk II N5903
Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2013 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. The Fighter Collections Gloster Gladiator Mk II makes its display debut at Flying Legends 2013. The Gloster Gladiator (or Gloster SS.37) was a British-built biplane fighter. It was used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the Fleet Air Arm (FAA) (as the Sea Gladiator variant) and was exported to a number of other air forces during the late 1930s. It was the RAF's last biplane fighter aircraft and was rendered obsolete by newer monoplane designs even as it was being introduced. Though often pitted against more formidable foes during the early days of the Second World War, it acquitted itself reasonably well in combat. The Gladiator saw action in almost all theaters during the Second World War, with a large number of air forces, some of them on the Axis side. The RAF used it in France, Norway, Greece, the defense of Malta, and the brief Anglo-Iraqi War (in which the Royal Iraqi Air Force was similarly equipped). Other countries deploying the Gladiator included China against Japan, beginning in 1938; Finland (along with Swedish volunteers) against the Soviet Union in the Winter War and the Continuation War; and Norway, Belgium, and Greece resisting Axis invasion of their respective lands. The South African pilot Marmaduke "Pat" Pattle was the top Gladiator ace with 15 victories over Italian aircraft.
Views: 29784 Wings
EXTRA. A short movie on HMS EAGLE.
Views: 12530 Joluqa Malta
Spitfire at Crocodile Creek | Storyteller Media
In 1943, Flying Officer Derek Gray of Britain’s Royal Air Force crashed his Spitfire in the remote Australian Outback. Without food or water, he survived four days and nights in mangroves infested with giant salt water crocodiles. The Top End of Western Australia, One of the world's most hostile places. in 1987 men from the Australian Royal Air Force (RAAF) journeyed to this remote and inhospitable place to recover this old war relic. This is their story. Experience with them the dramatic tides, the clawing glutinous mud, the extreme heat…..the sharks and the man-eating crocodiles. Spitfire at Crocodile Creek is an adventure story like no other. A story of guts and determination……..of men battling the most extreme of elements. It’s also a story about aviation history. About the famous Spitfires and the men who flew them. And, it’s a story about one of natures most feared predators….. the prehistric crocodile. Join us, and discover the intriguing reason for Derek Gray’s ill-fated flight just days before Christmas in 1943. Meet a World War 2 Spitfire pilot as he returns to the cockpit after 45 years to relive his heroic days flying an aircraft with no fuel gauge and no navigational equipment. And come hunting crocodiles with a real life Crocodile Dundee. Spitfire at Crocodile Creek, a 55 minute documentary by Storyteller Productions. Storyteller produce and distribute documentaries and factual programming specialising in animals and nature; from endangered species and what's being done to save them to mysterious animal and monster stories. http://www.storyteller.com.au http://www.animalx.net http://www.facebook.com/storytellermn http://twitter.com/storytellermn http://www.animalalliestv.com http://beforeitstoolate.org/
Views: 374668 StorytellerMedia
WE SHALL FIGHT IN THE AIR | Spitfire Defense Of Britain (War Thunder)
In the market for War Thunder Equipment? Use this link to get 3% off your entire purchase and a custom Phly emblem for your vehicles. https://goo.gl/4xJbSH Join my Discord! - https://discord.gg/ugvCvF WE SHALL FIGHT IN THE AIR | Spitfire Defense Of Britain (War Thunder) JOIN my DISCORD - https://discord.gg/phlying-circus Twitch Stream FOLLOW for no memes - https://www.twitch.tv/phlydaily Connect With me!! In a more sensual way :) Support la PHLEE - https://www.patreon.com/phlydaily Follow me on Twitter!--https://twitter.com/PhlyDaily My Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/phlygram/?hl=en Follow me on Myspace!--http://tinyurl.com/2fcpre6 Music - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qyvQkqUcWwQ
Views: 177840 PhlyDaily
HMS Eagle
HMS Eagle and her aircraft.
Views: 23881 breuilly66
Seafire Mk XVII SX336
Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2015 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. Please help to support this channel by subscribing. The Seafire F Mk XVII was a modified Mk XV; the most important change was the reinforced main undercarriage which used longer oleos and a lower rebound ratio. This went some way towards taming the deck behaviour of the Mk XV, reduced the propensity of the propeller tips "pecking" the deck during an arrested landing and the softer oleos stopped the aircraft from occasionally bouncing over the arrestor wires and into the crash barrier. Most production XVIIs had the cut down rear fuselage and teardrop canopy (the windscreen was modified to a rounded section, with narrow quarter windows, rather than the flat windscreen used on Spitfires) and an extra 33 gallon fuel tank fitted in the rear fuselage. The wings were reinforced, with a stronger mainspar necessitated by the new undercarriage, and they were able to carry heavier underwing loads than previous Seafire variants. 232 of this variant were built by Westland (212) and Cunliffe-Owen(20). Powered by a Griffon VI (single-stage supercharger, rated at 1,850 hp (1,379 kW) at 2,000 ft (610 ft) driving a 10 ft 5 in Rotol propeller. a strengthened Seafire III airframe and wings with the wing fuel tanks, retractable tailwheel, larger elevators and broad-chord "pointed" rudder of the Spitfire VIII. The engine cowling was different to that of the Spitfire XII series, being secured with a larger number of fasteners and lacking the acorn shaped blister behind the spinner. The final 30 Mk XVs were built with the blown "teardrop" cockpit canopy and cut down rear fuselage introduced on the Spitfire Mk XVI. A new form of "sting" type arrestor hook was used; this version was attached to the reinforced rudder post at the rear of the fuselage and was housed in a fairing below the base of the shortened rudder. A vee-shaped guard forward of the tailwheel prevented arrestor wires getting tangled up with the tailwheel. One problem which immediately surfaced was the poor deck behaviour of this mark, especially on take-off. At full power the slipstream of the propeller, which swung to the left (as opposed to the Merlin, which swung to the right), often forced the Seafire to swing to starboard, even with the rudder hard over on opposite lock. This sometimes led to a collision with the carrier's island. The undercarriage oleo legs were still the same of those of the much lighter Merlin engined Spitfires, meaning that the swing was often accompanied by a series of hops. As an interim measure it was recommended that pilots avoid using full power on take-off (+10 lb "boost" maximum was recommended). There were also problems involved with this swing being strongly accentuated in the event of an asymmetric firing of the RATOG equipment. In the event none of the "first generation" Griffon-engine Seafires were to use RATOG at sea unless they were ranged forward of the first crash barrier on deck.
Views: 32733 Wings
Seafire LF Mk III
Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2015 Malcolm Auld Support this channel at https://www.patreon.com/Wings_YouTube paypal.me/WingsYouTube Seafire MK III PP972 was one of 250 Type 358 Seafire L.F.III aircraft ordered from Westland Aircraft in July 1943. It left the works during September 1944. The aircraft was transferred to 809 Squadron Fleet Air Arm in November 1944 serving on HMS Stalker and then on HMS Attacker. PP972 then re-joined HMS Stalker in March 1945. HMS Stalker, with PP972 on board, left Gibraltar on the 7th of March 1945 for Trincomalee, Ceylon, with the 21st Aircraft Carrier Squadron, arriving on the 20th of March. This then became part of the East Indies Fleet consisting of six CVE’s sent to re-occupy Singapore. During its time in Ceylon, operating from both HMS Stalker and from RNAS Trincomalee, PP972 was involved in numerous operations as part of Operation Tiderace, the British plan to retake Singapore. Operation “Dracula”; providing air cover to support landings in Rangoon in May 1945, operation “Bishop”; a series of attacks on Japanese coastal bases, operation “Balsam”; offensive sweeps of Japanese airbases June 1945, operation “Collie”; providing air cover over the Malayan coast July 1945, operation “Zipper”; providing air cover for landings in Southern Malaya August 1945 and operation “Jurist”; providing air cover during landings at Port Swettenham on the 9th of September, and entering Singapore harbour on the 10th of September to support the Japanese surrender of Singapore back to British Colonial rule. During this significant period PP972 wore the codes “D-6M”. PP972 then sailed aboard HMS Stalker back to the UK arriving in October 1945 and then returned to RNAS Nutts Corner, Northern Ireland. Following the disbandment of 809 Sqdn in January 1946 it was taken by 767 Sqdn in May, initially at Easthaven, and eventually at Lossiemouth and Milltown where it received the Milltown code of 120/MV. The aircraft was then transferred to the French Aeronavale with code No. 12F2 then later to 1F9 when it was operated from the carrier “Arromanches” in Indo China. It was retired for instructional purposes in 1949. After it was retired from technical training it was placed in storage at Hyéres and eventually ended up in a wired off compound at Base Aeronavale 83 Gavres, near Loirent. It was privately purchased in 1970 and moved to the aerodrome at Vannes-Meucon. There the aircraft was restored to static condition and exhibited at the Resistance Museum at St Marcel from 1982. The aircraft was acquired by a new owner in 1987 and moved back to the UK.
Views: 10550 Wings
A documentation of Reno racer Argonaut, a Sanders Aeronautics Hawker Sea Fury, practicing for an airshow. Filmed 7/13/12 at Eagle's Nest.
Views: 8760 kevok2
"The Landing (from First Man)" by Justin Hurwitz
Soundtrack out and film in theaters/IMAX now! Get the soundtrack: http://smarturl.it/FirstManSoundtrack Get tickets: https://www.fandango.com/firstman For more info, visit: https://www.firstman.com/ #firstman
Views: 529008 Back Lot Music
War Thunder - Seafire Mk XVII - Heat Seeking Missile For Trouble
Moevil and Bo take flight in two Supermarine legends. I put off upgrading this aircraft a bit after the release of the Fleet Air Arm patch to focus on the two Fireflies... this aircraft was kinda a nice surprise. T-Shirts - http://shrsl.com/?~9sv2 Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/botime Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/IceBohica Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/botimegaming Steam - http://steamcommunity.com/groups/botimegaming Twitch - http://www.twitch.tv/bohicaice Sign up for War Thunder and Earn 50 Golden Eagles (In-game Currency) with this link: http://tinyurl.com/zu7she3
Views: 127998 Bo Time Gaming
Seahawk Start
Seahawk Start, Royal Navy Historic Flight
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de Havilland Sea Vixen (Part 1)
Sea Vixen D.3 (XP924, or G-CVIX, now in it's 'original' 899 NAS livery), displaying at the 2009 RNAS Yeovilton Air Day
Views: 3134 Solidboat123
Side Chat Podcast - "Battle of Britain" Ep. 22
In this episode Cobey and Firefly join me to discuss the Battle of Britain. Everything from radar, the planes, and the men who fought this conflict. As well as a discussion topic at the end of the podcast for a future date. Download MP3: http://www.podcastgarden.com/episode/battle-of-britain_21530 Music: Wonder Breed http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW3gHoDPdeRp6ihqVhL89Uw Sign up for War Thunder and Earn 50 Golden Eagles (In-game Currency) with this link: http://warthunder.com/en/registration?r=userinvite_3050621
Views: 11424 Bo Time Gaming
de Havilland Sea Vampire Flexible Deck Landing
An idea tested but never taken to completion was the "flexible deck". In the early jet age it was seen that by eliminating the landing gear for carrier borne aircraft the inflight performance/range would be improved. This led to the concept of a deck that would absorb the energy of landing, the risk of damaging propellers no longer being an issue though take off would require some sort of launching cradle. Test were carried out with a Sea Vampire, and Supermarine designed their Type 508 for rubber deck landing, and the flexible deck idea was found to be technically feasible in tests but was nevertheless abandoned. The Supermarine Type 508 was subsequently developed into a 'normal' carrier aircraft, the Scimitar.
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Super marine scimitar fly by at Gibraltar
Super marine scimitar
Views: 367 Paul Douglas
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb AB910 - Eastbourne 'Airbourne' Airshow 2018
Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vb, AB910, is one of six Spitfires still operated by the Royal Air Force within the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. It is seen here displaying at Eastbourne on Friday 17th August 2018, during the 'Airbourne' sea front Airshow. This is the aircrafts solo segment. Built at Castle Bromwich in 1941, Spitfire AB910 had a remarkable front-line operational career spanning almost 4 years. The aircraft was initially allocated to 222 (Natal) Squadron at North Weald on 22 August 1941 but was soon re-allocated to 130 Squadron with whom it flew several convoy patrols and also escort patrols to the daylight bombing raids against the battle cruisers Scharnhorst and Gneisenau in December 1941. In June 1942, AB910 was delivered to 133 (Eagle) Squadron at Biggin Hill. 133 (Eagle) Squadron was manned by American volunteer pilots. For three of its four sorties on Operation Jubilee AB910 was flown by its regular pilot, 20-year-old Flying Officer Eric Doorly from New Jersey. On the third patrol of the day it was flown by Flight Sergeant ‘Dixie’ Alexander, from Illinois, who claimed a Dornier Do217, which he watched crash-land in a field five miles south of Dieppe, AB910’s sole ‘kill’ of the war. AB910 flew 29 operational missions with 133 (Eagle) Squadron and continued to fly operationally up to July 1944, also serving with 242, 416 and 402 (RCAF) Squadrons. With 402 Squadron she flew numerous cover patrols over the Normandy invasion beach heads on D-Day itself (6 June 1944) and on subsequent days. In addition to these operational assignments, AB910 was held on charge by various maintenance units and, after mid-July 1944, she was relegated to support duties with 53 OTU at Hibaldstow and then with 527 Squadron (a radar calibration unit). On 14 February 1945, whilst at Hibaldstow, AB910 famously flew with an unauthorised passenger. LACW Margaret Horton, a WAAF ground-crew fitter, had been sitting on the tail whilst the aircraft taxied out to the take-off point (as was standard practice) without the pilot, Flight Lieutenant Neil Cox, realising she was there. The pilot took off with Margaret still on the tail. The combination of her weight on the tail and her grip on the elevator very nearly had disastrous results but fortunately the pilot was able to regain control and one circuit later he landed with a very frightened WAAF still wrapped around the tail! In 1947 AB910 was purchased by Group Captain Alan Wheeler and was placed on the civil register as G-AISU for air racing. After a heavy landing during the Kings Cup Air Race in 1953, she was returned to Vickers-Armstrong where she was refurbished and subsequently flown regularly by Jeffrey Quill until being donated to the Flight in 1965. Today AB910 is adorned with the D-Day colour scheme of Flt.Lt.Tony Cooper’s 64 Squadron Mk Vb ‘SH-F’, BM327, “PeterJohn1” (named after his new-born son). Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2018 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
Views: 331 High Flight
2012 Atlantic City Airshow - Jim Beasley Jr. & Supermarine Spitfire
Jim Beasley, Jr. Supermarine Spitfire 2012 Atlantic City "Thunder Over the Boardwalk" Airshow Boardwalk, Beachfront, Atlantic City Atlantic City, New Jersey Thursday August 16, 2012 Jim Beasley flies one amazing aerobatic performance with the Spitfire during the practice show. He would return later on to fly the same demo in his P-51D Mustang "Bald Eagle". Because this video was shot on practice day, there is no narration. However, I do apologize for all of the conversations you hear in the background. I apologize for the very short black or white blips in the video, as after all of this time, I have yet to figure out what causes it. If you are interested in purchasing DVDs of specific aircraft and/or of airshows, interested in anything and everything related to airshows (where the jet teams will show up, all airshow performers, airshow reports from airshows I have attended, previews of airshows I will be attending, etc.), a much more easier to navigate "version" of all of my videos, and/or everything there is related to aviation - including spotting guides to my favorite airports and military bases and aircraft factfiles, please take the time to check out Steve's Airshow World at http://www.stevesairshow.com .
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Hawker Sea Hurricane - Shuttleworth May Evening Airshow 2018
The only airworthy Hawker Sea Hurricane in the world is the Shuttleworth Collection's Z7015, G-BKTH, which is seen here in the capable hands of pilot, Paul Shakespeare, during the Shuttleworth May Evening Airshow 2018. Z7015 was built by Canadian Car & Foundry and first flown on 18th January, 1941. After being shipped to England it was issued to General Aircraft for conversion to sea Hurricane 1B standard. On 19th July, it was delivered to HMS Heron (RNAS Yeovilton). It was then collected on 29th July 1941 by 880 Squadron and went to the Orkney Isles. On 7th October the Squadron left to embark on HMS Indomitable but during transit Z7015 became unserviceable and was not embarked. On 5th April 1942 the aircraft was delivered to David Rosenfield Ltd for repair. On December 7th it was delivered to the Naval Fighter School - 759 Squadron of HMS Heron - and by autumn 1943 had moved to Loughborough College as an instructional airframe. In 1961 an attempt was made to get the Hurricane airworthy, but the work involved was too great. In January 1986, the team that had then recently restored Spitfire VC AR501 for the first time, took on the task of restoring the Sea Hurricane in a joint operation between the Shuttrleworth Collection and the Imperial War Museum. On 16th September 1995, Z7015 made her successful post restoration flight powered by what was, at the time, the world's only operational Merlin III engine. This is the last airworthy example of a Hawker Sea Hurricane 1B in the world. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
Views: 214 High Flight
"Hands to flying stations!" HMS Eagle 1966
Royal Marine bugler "Hands to flying stations!" Filmed aboard the Audacious-class aircraft carrier HMS Eagle (R05) in 1966.
Views: 4321 DAVID BOBER
Urselavia 2018 | Antonov An-2 | Yakovlev 52 | Spitfire | Mustang | Pitts | Sea King and more!
Last weekend's Urselavia was in my opinion the best edition so far ! With an emergency landing, a good old and Smoky Antonov An-2, an American Mustang, 2 Yakovlev Yak-52, a Lockheed that crashed during his arrival at Zwartberg and so much more: the show was definitively on! :-) A great asset was the awesome weather. Last year it was rainy and cloudy all day, this time we had some splendid weather!! Enjoy the video :-) ------------------------------------- Like & Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChqyGnapODN5PcruwUNFhYw?sub_confirmation=1 ------------------------------------- - Aircraft info (more than in the list): ------------------------------------- 00:33 Private [D-FONL] Antonov An-2T 01:03 Private [N1943S] Stinson V77 Reliant 01:24 Private [OO-PII] Pilatus P2-05 01:36 Private [OO-BOM] Morane-Saulnier MS-893E Rallye 150GT 02:35 Private [OO-RYL] North American P-51D Mustang 04:11 Private [G-BUCH] Stinson V77 (AT-19) Reliant 07:07 Private [SP-YAM] Yakovlev Yak-52 07:38 Private [D-FONL] Antonov An-2T 08:05 Belgian Air Force [RS04] Westland Sea King Mk.48 08:21 Private [NC18028] Beechcraft D17S Staggerwing 10:25 The Typhoons 12:52 Private [G-INDI] Pitts S-2C Special 13:17 Private [OO-PVI] Pitts S-2B Special 15:03 A-109 Demo team 18:03 Private [N14999] Lockheed 12A Electra Junior 18:58 Private [OO-XVI] Spitfire LF.XVIe 20:03 Private [N377WW] North American T-28B Trojan 20:24 Private [PH-YAX] Yakovlev Yak-52 20:54 Private [F-AZHG] Pilatus P3-03 21:04 Private [D-EPCI] Pilatus P3-05 21:23 Private [OO-H66] Distar Samba XXL 21:36 Private [3A-MPC] PZL-Okecie PZL-104 Wilga 35A 21:49 Private [G-BXKW] Slingsby T-67M-200 Firefly 22:00 Private [G-GROL] Maule MXT-7-180 Star Rocket 22:37 Bronco Demo Team [G-ONAA] North American OV-10B Bronco 23:13 Private [OO-WIK] Partenavia P-68B 23:30 Private [PH-4N4] Blackshape Prime BS100 23:35 Private [PH-4N3] Blackshape Prime BS100 26:03 Stijn De Jaeghere Aerobatics 28:02 The Victors 28:43 The Victors + Stijn De Jaeghere Aerobatics 30:07 Private [OO-SDJ] Extra EA-330SC 34:56 Private [N1943S] Stinson V77 Reliant 35:16 The Victors + Stinson 36:15 Vliegclub Ursel [OO-EBU] Piper PA-28-161 Cadet 36:33 Vliegclub Ursel [OO-VCU] Piper PA-28-161 Cadet 36:44 Vliegclub Ursel [OO-VMC] Piper PA-28-161 36:56 Vliegclub Ursel [OO-VMY] Piper PA-28-161 ------------------------------------- Location: Around Ursel EBUL ------------------------------------- Camera: Sony DSC-HX300 Full HD (1080p) ------------------------------------- Tripod: Velbon Videomate 538 ------------------------------------- - Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pitrixplanespotting - Follow us on Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ Tags: plane spotting, brussels airport, brussels airlines, 25l, 25r, landing, take-off, take off, airplane, aircraft, airliner, airline, air, plane, airframe, airport, jetair, jetairfly, TUI, TUI airlines belgium, thomas cook airlines belgium, tcab, antwerp airport, luchthaven antwerpen, ostend-bruges international airport, internationale luchthaven van oostende, freebird, lufthansa, british airways, united airlines, american airlines, delta airlines, emirates, saudi arabian airlines, condor, air berlin, finnair, sas scandinavian airlines, dubai airport, london heatrow, hainan airlines, star alliance, oneworld, skyteam, klm, air france, flybe, birmingham, glasgow, liege, zaventem, nationale luchthaven, etihad, qatar airways, qatar airways cargo, mumbai, new delhi, jet airways, american eagle, airbus, boeing, bombardier, embraer, gulfstream, los angeles, san fransisco, x-plane, aviation flight sim, flight report, onboard, inflight, airbus a330, airbus a310, airbus a320, airbus a318, airbus a319, airbus a340, airbus a350, airbus a380, boeing 717, boeing 727, boeing 737, boeing 747, boeing 757, boeing 767, boeing 777, boeing 787 dreamliner, embraer 190, c-130 hercules, melsbroek, belgian air force, f-16 antonov, concorde, atr, canadair, douglas, lockheed, martin, mcdonnell, comac, dornier, fokker, ilyushin, mitsubishi, saab, sukhoi, tupolev, yakovlev, new york john f kennedy, spotter, spotting, spotted, cargolux, luxembourg findel, luchthaven, frankfurt, airport, simulator, aviator, abelag aviation, atlanta airport.
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Hawker Siddley Harrier GR.1 Airfix 1:72
This is my build of the Airfix Hawker Siddley Harrier in 1/72nd scale. This was built out of box, I changed the camo pattern to match an aircraft when it went to Norway to train.  Any questions fire them down below! Enjoy
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HMS Eagle 1966
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FLY NAVY -- Swordfish -- Sea Hawk -- Sea Vixen -- Sea Harrier - Royal Navy
Four historic aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy. Fairey SWORDFISH Mk. 1 (W5856) Second World War (WW2) biplane torpedo bomber of the Royal Navy Historic Flight. Hawker SEA HAWK FGA Mk.6 (Fighter Ground Attack) jet fighter (WV908) also of the Royal Navy Historic Flight. The Sea Hawk FGA Mk.6 was used in combat during the Suez campaign of 1956. De Havilland SEA VIXEN FAW.2 all weather fleet fighter aircraft (XP924 )in the markings of 899 squadron Fleet Air Arm. The de Havilland DH110 Sea Vixen in the video is operated by De Havilland Aviation Limited out of Bournemouth. A British Aerospace (BAe) SEA HARRIER FA2 is the final fixed wing Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm aircraft represented in this video. The vectored thrust Rolls Royce Pegasus jet engine is shown to good effect in this video. The earlier Sea Harrier FRS1 saw successful action in the South Atlantic in 1982. The Sea Harrier has now been withdrawn from service.
Views: 3173 PawsInPies
Action Navy (1975)
Official British government film. Uploaded as "fair use." 'Action Navy' is a 1975 documentary produced by the Central Office of Information (COI 1254) for the Royal Navy. Features HMS Danae (F47), HMS Leander (F109), HMS Andromeda (F57) Westland Sea King helicopter, Westland Wasp helicopter, HMS Fife (D20), RFA Tidespring (A75), RFA Tarbatness (A345), HMS Churchill (S46), HMS Invincible (R05), HMS Sheffield (D80), HMS Amazon (F169), HMS Wolverton (P1093), HMS Bronington (M1115), HMS Blake (C99), HMS Hydra (A144), 45 Commando Royal Marines, Fleet Air Arm, HMS Albion (R07), Sea Slug missile, and "the final option in the struggle for peace" Polaris SLBM.
Views: 69726 DAVID BOBER
Spitfire - Planes of Fame Airshow Chino (2010)
http://www.planesoffame.org/index.php?page=performers Spitfire Chino Air Show 2010 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supermarine_Spitfire The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft used by the Royal Air Force and many other Allied countries throughout the Second World War. The Spitfire continued to be used into the 1950s both as a front line fighter and in secondary roles. It was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft and was the only Allied fighter in production throughout the war. The Spitfire was designed as a short-range high-performance interceptor aircraft by R. J. Mitchell, chief designer at Supermarine Aviation Works (since 1928 a subsidiary of Vickers-Armstrongs). He continued to refine the design until his death from cancer in 1937, whereupon his colleague Joseph Smith became chief designer. The Spitfire's elliptical wing had a thin cross-section, allowing a higher top speed than the Hawker Hurricane and several contemporary fighters. Speed was seen as essential to carry out the mission of home defence against enemy bombers. During the Battle of Britain there was a public perception that the Spitfire was the RAF fighter of the battle; in fact the more numerous Hurricane actually shouldered a greater proportion of the burden against the Luftwaffe. After the Battle of Britain, the Spitfire became the backbone of RAF Fighter Command and saw action in the European Theatre, Pacific Theatre and the South-East Asian theatre. Much loved by its pilots, the Spitfire saw service in several roles, including interceptor, photo-reconnaissance, fighter-bomber, carrier-based fighter, and trainer; it was built in many different variants, with two different types of engine and several wing configurations. Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD The most viewed aviation channel on YouTube.
Views: 6069 AIRBOYD
IL2 Sea Mosquito TR33
IL2 with SAS Modact 5.3 for IL-2 4.12.2m,http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,37662.0.html, http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,36221.0.html
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Supermarine Spitfire Vic Formation
Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2013 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. The Horsemen fly in close Vic formation at Flying Legends 2013 with two Spitfire Mk I and a Spitfire Mk V.
Views: 4937 Wings
RAF Eagle Squadron
Prior to the United States' entry into WWII many Americans volunteered for service in the RAF and RCAF. The Battle of Britain raged from May though October 1940. The stories of the RAF pilots flying their Hurricanes and Spitfires inspired many to look into joining the RAF. Of the thousands that volunteered, 244 American pilots were to fly for the Eagle Squadrons; Number 71, 121, and 133 Squadrons of the Royal Air Force Fighter Command. From the time the first Eagle Squadron was formed in September 1940 until all three squadrons were disbanded and incorporated into the USAAF in September 1942, they destroyed 73 1/2 German planes while 77 American and 5 British members were killed. The basic requirements for those interested in joining the Eagles were a high school diploma, between 20 and 31 years of age, eyesight that was 20/40 correctable to 20/20, and 300 hours of certified flying time. These requirements were somewhat less strict than those required for service in the USAAF which is the reason some of the pilots joined the RAF or the RCAF in the first place. The reason most of the pilots volunteered was quite simply for adventure. Leo Nomis wrote "I think that all of us, with very few exceptions were simply adventurers and romanticists, and perhaps idealists." Robert Patterson noted "I joined the RAF not primarily for patriotic reasons. We all knew a war was coming. I used this as a quick way for some flying excitement." Howard Stickland observed "We were all motivated by the thought of high adventure, the excitment of combat flying, and a desire to help the British." Red McColpin wrote that some "could not take the long routine in the U.S. services to become military pilots, when they were already experienced aviators." Once in England the new recruits were sent to an operational training unit (OTU) for two to four weeks, where they learned to fly Miles Master trainers, Hurricanes, and Spitfires before being posted to a squadron. After OTU some of the men went straight to one of the Eagle Squadrons while others first served with other RAF squadrons before being transferred to an Eagle squadron. Once operational the squadrons took part in a variety of missions. Convoy escort patrols were common, long, and monototonous. Usually convoy escort was done by 2 planes flying circuits around the ships at an altitude as low as 100 feet. Given poor weather, fog & haze it was not uncommon for planes to crash into the sea. Rhubarbs were two plane low level ground attack missions. McColpin wrote "Of all the missions, the rhubarb was the most fun. Flying a few feet off the ground, you shot up railroads, troops, tanks, ships, or anything else of military value." A hit to a Hurricane or Spitfire's glycol system however meant a bail over enemy territory. A Circus was a combined bomber & fighter mission designed to draw out the LW. Ramrods were bomber escort missions. The bombers escorted were generally Blenheims, Bostons, Hurricane bombers or B-17s. A Balboa had the fighters serving as decoys while bombers hit a nearby target. Among the German-occupied targets over which the pilots flew were Ostend, Belgium; and Dunkirk, Lille, Abbeville, St Omer, Calais, Boulogne, Dieppe and Cherbourg, France. A fighter sweep was referred to as a Rodeo. Those squadrons based at the larger bases such as Biggin Hill and North Weald usually flew sweeps as part of a three squadron wing while those based at smaller bases such as Martlesham Heath flew solo sweeps or top cover for the wing in their sector. When informed of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor most of the Eagle Squadron pilots wanted to immediately join the Air Corps. 71 and 121 Squadrons sent representatives to the American Embassy in London and offered their services to the US the following day. 71 squadron then decided they wanted to go to Singapore to fight the Japanese and a proposal was put to Fighter Command but turned down. It would take some time however for the USAAF to organize and ship to England the elements necessary to support air operations. HQ 8th Air Force opened on 18 June 1942 in London with Major General Carl Spaatz commanding. On 26 June 1942 air echelons of the 31st Fighter Group (307th, 308th, 309th FS) were established at Atcham and High Ercall, England. These were the first combat personnel of the VIII Fighter Command to reach the UK. These squadrons were equipped with Spit Vs and flew thier first mission on 17 August 1942. The first USAAF air operation over W Europe took place on 4 July 1942 with the 15th Bombardment Squadron (Light) flying 6 Bostons belonging to No. 226 Squadron RAF. On 29 September 1942 the Eagle Squadrons were incorporated into the Fourth Fighter Group, USAAF as the 334th(71), 335th(121), and 336th(133).
Views: 69961 Bomberguy
Argonaut! First flight with R-2800
Full power ground run-up and maiden flight with new R-2800.
Views: 9916 timnevan
Duxford airshow Flying Legends JULY 2009 part 2 (by Yellow-Eagle.eu)
Duxford airshow Flying Legends 2009 part 2 You will see North american B25 Mitchell, Hawker Fury, FORMATION FLIGHTS of Mustang P-51, Hawker Hurricane, Boeing B17 flying fortress, Spitfires,..
Views: 1966 YellowEagleEu
Mike Brown Landing 911 with Will Whiteside in back seat.
Views: 57582 wwhiteside
Spitfire MK9 Team Sweden Mats Nilsson Meiringen FAI 2018
Meiringen FAI World Championship for Scale Model Aircraft 2018. Team Sweden F4H Pilot Mats Nilsson Model Spitfire MK9 Wingspan. 2.10 Meter Length. 1.80 Meter Weight. 8KG MORE RC 2018 FAI World Championship for Scale Model Aircraft, CLICK HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aynXYpF3N4&list=PLkfYdREELTSljQz0zNZ_bGufxH7yzHzDh THANKS to my Partner POWER-LIPOs:http://www.onbo-power.com/ My social channels,follow me here: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/rc.jetheli TWITTER : https://twitter.com/RCHeliJet FACEBOOK-GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/rchelijetfan... INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/rchelijet.1/
Views: 2096 RCHeliJet

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