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While on our travels we come across many memorials dedicated to the brave men and women who gave their lives so we could enjoy a peaceful one


Some of these are by the side of the road some are in the middle of a field so we try to look out for the more obscure ones

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27/07/18

On 29th June 2017

Following the Sea Vixen’s successful display closing the show at Duxford Air Show, upon her return the Sea Vixen suffered an under carriage failure and Pilot Cdr Simon Hargreaves performed a highly controlled wheels up text book landing at RNAS Yeovilton showing first class airmanship.

Work by Assessors estimate that it could take between 3-4 years and cost £2-3M to get her flying again. A white knight is needed in the next month who would be prepared to come to the rescue and under-write these costs and save the last flying Sea Vixen in the world, recognising her uniqueness and value to the Nation’s naval aviation heritage.

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RAF Police Dog Demonstration Team.


We start the show day coverage from Cosford Airshow

with the Royal Air Forces Police Dog Demonstration Team display.


Cosford Airshow - RAF Falcons.

Our Cosford airshow coverage continues this week with the RAF Falcons,

who dropped in carrying the RAF100 baton.

By pure luck we were right by where they crossed the fence line, so managed

to have a close look at the baton.