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De Havilland Sea Vixen | De Havilland Sea Vixen 1959 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

De Havilland Sea Vixen | De Havilland Sea Vixen 1959 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Steve Asker on Instagram: “De Havilland Sea Vixen XP924 at Duxford #dehavilland #seavixen #royalnavy #duxford”

Steve Asker on Instagram: “De Havilland Sea Vixen XP924 at Duxford #dehavilland #seavixen #royalnavy #duxford”

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm de Havilland Sea Vixen on low pass for ground support, for the pongos.

Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm de Havilland Sea Vixen on low pass for ground support…

De Havilland DH-110 Sea Vixen FAW 2. A twin boom, twin-engine, two-seat jet fighter of the Fleet Air Arm. Introduced in 1959 for carrier use by the Royal Navy and retired in 1972. The foldable, swept wing craft was the 1st British aircraft to be solely armed with missles, rockets and bombs. Max speed was Mach 0.91 (690mph, 1,110km/h).

De Havilland DH-110 Sea Vixen FAW 2. A twin boom, twin-engine, two-seat jet fighter of the Fleet Air Arm. Introduced in 1959 for carrier use by the Royal Navy and retired in 1972. The foldable, swept wing craft was the 1st British aircraft to be solely armed with missles, rockets and bombs. Max speed was Mach 0.91 (690mph, 1,110km/h).

De Havilland Sea Vixen | Thunder & Lightnings - de Havilland Sea Vixen

De Havilland Sea Vixen | Thunder & Lightnings - de Havilland Sea Vixen

De Havilland Sea Vixen. Classic Aircraft Art&Design @classic_car_art #ClassicCarArtDesign

The stunning Sea Vixen rehearses its display ahead of the RNAS Yeovilton Air Day 2015 - Photo taken at Yeovilton (YEO / EGDY) in England, United Kingdom on July

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Military and Aviation (british-eevee: De Havilland Sea Vixen in flight.

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