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Photo ID: 2503380
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British Aerospace Harrier GR7
Leuchars (St. Andrews) (ADX / EGQL)
UK - Scotland, July 21, 1993
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ZG471 / AB (cn P61) Leuchars Visiting Aircraft Section would handle several visiting aircraft each day, sometimes as many as thirty to forty on the odd occasion, and was one of the busiest RAF stations in the UK during the Eighties and Nineties. Here, "Rubic 1 and 2", a pair of Harriers from 3 Squadron, RAF Germany, have dropped in for fuel during a routine training exercise.
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Photo ID: 2499739
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British Aerospace Harrier GR7
Lossiemouth (LMO / EGQS)
UK - Scotland, February 25, 1994
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ZG861 / AA (cn P93) 3 Squadron Harrier awaits take-off clearance at the 05 Hold on the first day of a JMC exercise.
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Photo ID: 2274604
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British Aerospace Harrier GR7A
Wittering (EGXT)
UK - England, May 27, 2013
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ZD469 (cn P59) "Christine" This BAe Harrier, now a gate guard at RAF Wittering, had a checkered past. In Kandahar airbase, Afghanistan it was hit by shrapnel during a rocket attack. It was repaired, but subsequently suffered major hydraulic leaks. It also allegedly later rolled over a maintainer. It was later used as an instructional aid until the Harrier fleet was sadly retired from service. As a result of all these incidences it acquired the nick name "Christine" from the Steven King novel and movie. Thanks to Jamie for his input.
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