English Electric Lightning F1A of 111 Squadron RAF
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Lightning F.3 (XP749). Construction number 95178, built 1963, taken on strength with the Royal Air Force on 8 April 1964. Scrapped in 1988.
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HMS Queen Elizabeth conducting "wind ship" this morning, with work on Port side finished she is turned back to starboard side to the Jetty. The carrier is currently having post deployment works carried out across the ship, with the large white tents for resurfacing of the flight deck.
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Type 45 destroyer HMS Dragon alongside Glen Mallan ammunition jetty in Loch Long, Scotland, Feb 2022
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WINTER CAMP | To mark the culmination of the Battlegroup's largest Winter Exercise, a two-day 'Force on Force' training scenario was held to test interoperability of all Battlegroup elements.

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The 'attack and defend' training serial featured French and British soldiers training as the defence, with the Estonian Scouts Battalion and the Estonian Defence League posing as the attacking force.
The scenario provided an opportunity for all elements of the eFP Battlegroup to train together and learn and adapt tactics and skills from one another.
 
The largest winter training Exercise, WINTER CAMP, for the eFP Estonia Battlegroup is now complete for 2022.

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Future HMS Anson (S123) Astute-class submarine completing it's first trim dive from BAE Systems in Barrow - February 11, 2022
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Each time I see the images of the Buccaneer, top of page, I ask myself, 'is that one very stable plane, or do those pilots have balls of granite?" Anyone?
 
Each time I see the images of the Buccaneer, top of page, I ask myself, 'is that one very stable plane, or do those pilots have balls of granite?" Anyone?
Well I think that of every human being who puts himself into some thing that has tons of highly inflammable fuel in it, has 100s of kgs of explosives mounted on it and decides to speed it to the speed of sound...
 

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