Air Pictorial 1977-07
M.Bowyer - R.A.F. on Parade - the 1935 Jubilee Review
Bristol Bulldogs of Nos. 56 and 3 Squadrons (in centre) returning after the main fly-past practice Aircraft are not in their Review order here
No.32 Squadron Bulldog IIA K1657 with cowling ring
Three Kings pause before a Handley Page Heyford of No. 99 Squadron. King George V is seated in the Rolls-Royce, behind which are the Prince of Wales (who became King Edward VIII) and the Duke of York (later King George VI)
The twenty Heyfords of Nos. 99 and 10 Squadrons set off to lead the fly-past
The Boulton Paul Overstrands in service were all converted Sidestrands, like J9185 shown here. No. 101 Squadron had eight aircraft in the Review
Ever impressive were the Hawker Furies of No. 1 Squadron; K2901 in the foreground
No.19 Squadron re-equipped with Gloster Gauntlets a few weeks before the Review
Hawker Audax of No. 26 Squadron pass by with their message pick-up hooks down, a helpful feature in identifying this variant of the Hart
Some of the Auxiliary squadrons were still flying Westland Wapiti IIAs and brought them along as static exhibits; No. 602 Squadron aircraft illustrated
A Fairey Gordon of No. 35 Squadron in the Review line-up