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Images Dated 4th September 2020

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United States Air Force - McDonnell F-4C-18-MC Phantom II Featured 4 Sep 2020 Image

United States Air Force - McDonnell F-4C-18-MC Phantom II

United States Air Force - McDonnell F-4C-18-MC Phantom II 63-7478 (msn 471) of the 4453 CCTW, at MacDill Air Force Base near Tampa, Florida. Modified as EF-4C Wild Weasel flak suppression aircraft.USAF 4453rd Combat Crew Training Wing (CCTW) (1 Apr 1964 - 30 Sep 1971)USAF 80th TFS (347th TFW).USAF 67th TFS (18th TFW).1981: Indiana ANG 113th TFS.2/1989: Assigned as a battle damage repair trainer to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. Date: circa 1967

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Royal Air Force - Supermarine Swift F Mk.3 Featured 4 Sep 2020 Image

Royal Air Force - Supermarine Swift F Mk.3

Royal Air Force - A Supermarine Swift F Mk.3 on the Engine-running de-tuner pan at the South Marston Vickers-Supermarine factory near Swindon. The F Mk.3 and F Mk.4 Swift fighters were little used by the RAF, if at all. The majority of the 25 F Mk.3 aircraft were delivered, by road, from South Marston to RAF Halton, and other training establishments, for use as ground instructional airframes, with only their acceptance flight testing flying hours. Date: circa 1953

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV Featured 4 Sep 2020 Image

Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV

Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV, owned by Standard Telephonics at Brooklands. G-AESV was impressed into the Royal Air Force as X2891for No.24 Squadron ; Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment at Boscombe Down for blind approach trials in December 1941 ; Scottish Aviation Ltd. At Prestwick in 1942 ; Air Fighting Development Unit at RAF Wittering in 1943. Surviving the war AESV was re-registered as G-AESV and flew regularly till April 1952, when it crashed in the French Alps. Date: 1937

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans