Wishing you an extremely Happy Birthday, my dear Sir Johnny; ta awfully for keeping my United Kingdom safe all these years with your super Covert Royal Air Farce ! Always yours, lotsa love & kisses, Liz xxx
Now please listen up Chaps: Reposted the rather fetching Spitty pic 'cos that spiffingly likeable Old Duffer, Sir Tim Bateman,https://www.facebook.com/tim.bateman.376?fref=ufi would just lurve to know how/where he may purchase/purloin a copy to put to canvas to cover an old KGB spy hole on his office wall...
Described as a "camel amongst race-horses" - The Short SB.6 Seamew: a lightweight anti-submarine platform designed to replace the RN Fleet Air Arm Grumman Avenger AS 4. First flew on 23 August 1953, but, due to it's poor performance and swinging defence cuts, it never reached active service. Some 24 of the Ugly Buggers were built before the project was cancelled. Regards, Wing Co https://www.facebook.com/RoyalAirFarce
This, Chaps, is the mammoth Boeing XB-15, a 1934 design study for a heavy bomber with a 5,000-mile range. When it first flew, it was the largest and heaviest plane ever built in the U.S. - indeed it was so large, there were crew passages in the wing to make minor repairs while the beast was flying! Only a prototype was built, which was converted into the XC-105 cargo carrier, nicknamed "Grandpappy" by its crew. It was scrapped in '45 @Albrook Field's Diablo dump in Panama, where the sad remains of it's massive airframe slowly sank into the swampy landfill SW of the runway... Regards, Wing Co https://www.facebook.com/RoyalAirFarce
Short Sunderland thrilling the pre - 'elf & safety' aviation enthusiasts at Port Elizabeth, South Africa. May not be the lowest flyover you've ever seen chaps, but earns serious Royal Air Farce bonus points for having two props feathered. Regards, Wing Co https://www.facebook.com/RoyalAirFarce
After collating the Intel bravely supplied by Royal Air Farce agents worldwide, our rather clever Boffins have decided that the mystery aircraft is the French built Arsenal-Delanne 10-C2 long range two-seat fighter. Although too late to battle the Luftwaffe, the prototype AD 10 C2 was virtually complete when German forces occupied the factory in June 1940. The Germans allowed supervised work to continue, and its test flight was in October 1941. After it completed further initial tests, the aircraft was ferried to Germany for further trials, hence the German insignia in the previous photo. Regards, Wing Co https://www.facebook.com/RoyalAirFarce
Top Secret Nuclear Bunker, Biggin Hill, United Kingdom
What Ho! Shush, Eyes only: I run H.M. M.O.D.'s most Top Secret Covert Unit, the Royal Air Farce from Britain's only Top Secret Nuclear Bunker deep under Biggin Hill. I could tell you more; but they'd have to kill you...
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My right hand. Ahem. Strange looking Chap, Ol' Carruthers, yet awfully good on the job, should you know what I mean...Please feel free to drop either of us a line, or indeed a good photo/piccy link etc via the comments section or the email address on me profile.
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SEXY AIR BABES! AWESOME PHOTOS! FUNNY AIRCRAFT IMAGES. COVERT INTEL: WHAT'S NOT TO ENJOY?
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