Aeroplane Monthly 1987-06
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J.Meadows - The Auxiliary Tradition (3)
600 Sqn Meteor 4s at RAF Biggin Hill on April 16, 1951 on the occasion of a visit from the Secretary of State for Air, Arthur Henderson.
Six 600 Sqn Gloster Meteor 4s in echelon starboard, flying from RAF Thorney Island in June 1950. The squadron flew Meteor 4s from March 1950 until February 1952.
A formation flypast of 600 and 615 Sqn Meteor 4s over RAF Biggin Hill on April 16, 1951.
Four 600 Sqn Meteor 4s in line abreast, circa 1951. Note the reversion to pre-war squadron markings - red triangles on a white background, the City of London colours.
Fg Off Keith Hazelwood touches down at the Farnborough RAF Display in July 1950 after winning the Cooper Trophy pylon race at an average speed of 511 m.p.h. flying Meteor 4 VZ429.
Some of 600 Sqn's pilots in front of a Meteor 4 during the summer of 1951. The author is sitting in the centre of the front row. Note the squadron badge on the Meteor's fuselage.