BAC with E. I think the brits really had a winner there. Too bad it didn't get a proper chance.
1964 saw the first flight of a gleaming new state-of-the-art strike aircraft: the British Aircraft Corporation It promised to be a formidable war machine
British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) - Royal Air Force (RAF) - faster with one engine on reheat than an English Electric Lightning with both engines on reheat, wow that is fast!
British - BAC - Was a Cold War Strike and Reconnaissance Aircraft - 23 (including) 2 Static Fatigue Test Air-Frames, were Ordered but not all Were Completed, Only 1 Flew
BAC TSR-2 The British Aircraft Corporation TSR-2 was a cancelled Cold War strike and reconnaissance aircraft developed by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) for the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The TSR-2 was designed to penetrate a well-defended forward battle area at low altitudes and very high speeds, and then attack high-value targets in the rear with nuclear or conventional weapons.
TSR2 and Canberras
English Electric Lightnings.
- such a great plane
English Electric Lightnings with a pair of Spitfires.
British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) supersonic low-level nuclear-capable strike and reconnaissance aircraft, effectively Britain’s last bomber. Cancelled in 1965 due to rising costs, Britain’s.
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Cold War Intercept - Final show RAF Binbrook Lightnings of 5 and 11 Sqdn