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English Electric pilot getting a few final instructions before "going up" the ladder into the cockpit for day 14 of #0617planes with @kjdphoto1971 #avgeek #aviation #aviationpics #aeroplane #air_things #airplane_lovers #aviationphotography #aviationlovers #dailyplanepics #groundcrew #fighterjet #fighterpilot #igaviation #instajet #lightning #nikond3300 #nikonphoto #nikonphotography #nikonimages #plane #planespotting #planesofinstagram #pilot #preflight

XP716 English Electric Lightning F.3 (95199) RAF

XP716 English Electric Lightning F.3 (95199) RAF

Short Sunderland

TR A tail view of Short Sunderland Mark I 'SE-F' of Coastal Command at Pembroke Dock. It bears the code letters of No 95 Squadron though this squadron was operating in West Africa at the time; (possibly done to mislead enemy intelligence)

BAC Lightning

BAC Lightning

BAC Lightning

English Electric Lightning - punching holes in the sky! What a climb-rate!

The first Lightning F.6 in service, XR768, of 74 Squadron at Leuchars 1966. ©Crown / IWM RAF-T 6970

The first Lightning in service, of 74 Squadron at Leuchars ©Crown / IWM RAF-T 6970

Royal Air Force English Electric Lightning

Catalog 00078751 Manufacturer: English Electric Official Nickname: Lightning Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

Electric Lightning 1959. Pilot Hale climbed to 88,000 ft in his Lightning In 1985.  Concorde was offered as a target to NATO fighters including F-15s, F-16s, F-14s, Mirages, F-104s - but only Lightning was able to overtake from the rear. Climb: 36,000ft in 3 minutes.

RAF English Electric Lightning Pilot Hale climbed to ft in his Lightning In Concorde was offered as a target to NATO fighters including Mirages, - but only Lightning was able to overtake from the rear. Climb: in 3 minutes.

English Electric Lightning F2a 19 Sqn RAF 1960's

English Electric Lightning 19 Sqn RAF “Over the North Sea, Lightning of 19 Squadron stationed at RAF Leaconfield,

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