A rear view at Aden, showing the 'beaver tail'.
XP438 of 105 Squadron at Muharraq, Bahrain, July 1964.
The first Argosy to be camouflaged, XR134 of the Benson Wing.
The Argosy "dragged the tactical side of Transport Command into the turbine age, and provided the means to train a whole fleet of personnel in the needs of modern aircraft."
XN849 of 105 Squadron on a ferry flight, Nice, France, 1965.
M.Wilson at Firq, Muscat, as an Argosy raises the dust.
"It just a shame that the Argosy never received the recognition that it deserved."
M.Willing with an Argosy at Eastleigh, Nairobi, Kenya, December 1964.
Formation flying on a sortie out of Benson, 1968.
Martin Willing flying himself into retirement. Flying a Cathay Pacific Boeing 747 into Heathrow, August 1998.