Aeroplane Monthly 1981-03
The Planes of Fame Museum's P-51D N5441V, ex 45-11582, flying near its base at Chino, California in August 1980 for the benefit of FRANK B. MORMILLO'S camera.
Britain's first pure jet transport aircraft. The Vickers Nene Viking was powered by two 5,000lb s. t. Rolls-Royce Nene Is which gave a cruising speed of 393 m.p.h. G-AJPH was later converted to standard Viking configuration.
BAC Jet Provost T Mk 5A XW417 "124" from RAF Church Fenton over the Yorkshire Wolds on July 17, 1980.
Two F-4J Phantoms from Marine Attack Training squadron 101. The F-4J was the last fighter version of the Phantom II to be placed in quantity production for the US Navy and Marine Corps
Cliff Howard and his custom-built T-Minus II doing the finale of his aerobatic display; the inverted double ribbon cut. Picture by JIM LARSEN.