The twin boom tail is a de Havilland Vampire and the other is a Gloster Meteor both belong to Temora Aviation Museum. Both types saw service in the RAAF.

The twin boom tail is a De Havilland Vampire and the other is a Gloster Meteor both belong to Temora Aviation Museum. Both types saw service in the RAAF.

Royal Saudi Air Force and Austrian Air Force Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets #military #aircraft #armedforces #airforce #aviation #fighterjet #saudi #austria #eurofighter #typhoon by globalair

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Duel: Messerschmitt Me 262 vs. Gloster Meteor - The Great Planes and warbirds Community

The Gloster Meteor was the first British jet fighter and the Allies' only operational jet aircraft during the Second World War.

Ex RAF Gloster Meteor VZ467 / VH-MBX,operated by Temora Aviation Museum, in RAAF colours,of Gloster Meteor F.8 Serial Number A77-851 "Halestorm".Originally assigned RAF Serial WK683.Delivered to Royal Australian Air Force August 20,1952.Served with 77 Squadron RAAF,during Korean War.Returned to Australia & converted to Meteor U.21 drone.Struck off charge on January 8,1964.Cockpit from original A77-851 currently on display at South Australian Aviation Museum.

Ex RAF Gloster Meteor VZ467 / VH-MBX,operated by Temora Aviation Museum, in RAAF colours,of Gloster Meteor F.8 Serial Number A77-851 "Halestorm".Originally assigned RAF Serial WK683.Delivered to Royal Australian Air Force August 20,1952.Served with 77 Squadron RAAF,during Korean War.Returned to Australia & converted to Meteor U.21 drone.Struck off charge on January 8,1964.Cockpit from original A77-851 currently on display at South Australian Aviation Museum.

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Picture of the Gloster / Armstrong Whitworth Meteor

Image used to illustrate the details of the Gloster (Armstrong Whitworth) Meteor Jet-Powered Fighter / Fighter-Bomber Aircraft

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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).

Warplane mssing for 70 yrs found near Victoria, BC. Bodies of 4 Brit & Cdn crewmen recovered. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/british-columbia/war-plane-missing-for-more-than-70-years-found-on-vancouver-island/article18923789/#dashboard/follows/ … pic.twitter.com/d7UE4XepiS

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Warplane mssing for 70 yrs found near Victoria, BC. Bodies of 4 Brit & Cdn crewmen recovered. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/british-columbia/war-plane-missing-for-more-than-70-years-found-on-vancouver-island/article18923789/#dashboard/follows/ … pic.twitter.com/d7UE4XepiS

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Planes of Fame Air Show. Chino, CA. Friday Photo by: Ned Harris

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