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Keith Gill from now in wales

Posted at 11:55pm on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

I would watch the Vulcan taking off and feel the thunder. She was an awesome beast.

Mark Humphrys from Norfolk

Posted at 9:40pm on Friday, February 21st, 2014

In the book "Vulcan 607" there is mention of the Vulcan flying in and through the Grand Canyon while on exercise in the US. Does anyone know which vulcan this was, and does anyone know if any photographs exist of this flight?

Robin Hainsworth from Leicestershire

Posted at 8:01pm on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

My late father Sqn. Ldr. Jim Hainsworth flew 79 of the 134 Vulcan's. There are only two on the list of complete Vulcan's on display round the world that he did not fly.

Les Day from south yorkshire

Posted at 11:11pm on Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

looking for any photo's from moonflower/giant voice at RAAF Darwin 1973. I was there and have no photographs to show my family, if only anyone has any photo's . Cheers

Robert Elcombe from New Zealand

Posted at 7:14am on Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

I was at St Athan air display in 1984 when a retiring Wing Commander in a retiring Vulcan performed a display to end all displays. Ever seen a Valcan do a wing over so low to the ground that i didn't think it would pull up in time before hitting the end of the runway, only to repeat it at the other end. Nothing like the sound of those four jet engines straining against the stops.

Colin Cunliffe from culcheth warrington

Posted at 11:16pm on Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Between 1961-64 I was Sergeant i/c Ground Equipment section at Manby & Strubby. I had the job of installing arrester barriers at Stubby. There was no flying at this time but each day got clearance.At last the eqpmt was in place and the net had to be raised manually to adjust. Theday was very foggy. I heard an aircraft approaching and knew from the sound it was a Vulcan. I got the net down, when the Vulcan appeared, did a touch and go and disappeared in the fog !. I played hell with the Tower. But ,stupi... read more »read more »

Tim Houlihan from England

Posted at 9:41pm on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

I would like to know the source of the statement in the text with the photo's of the 1959 incident at Wellington (Rongotai) airport in New Zealand. regarding the ejector seat safety pins. The linked email address for Bob Mitchell does not work so I cannot contact him directly. does anyone have contact details for him ?

David Lloyd from Hampshire

Posted at 12:16pm on Monday, December 27th, 2010

Waddington 1973/74 the Vulcan was probably the most challenging for me as Air Wireless I discovered I had another trade - ECM ! Suffice to say Waddington was not my favourite posting although I did get a Round the World trip but had to volunteer for war in Oman to escape the Vulcan.

William Oblasney from Rancho Cucamonga, CA

Posted at 11:09pm on Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

The (free)World was a safer place when Vulcans were flying!

Amir S. Dewana from Indonesia

Posted at 7:16am on Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

The gallery reminds me of Britan's past __when the influence of the country girdled the globe. Now, it is no longer in possession of military bases in the Far East except one small base in Brunei.

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