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Photo ID: 2499339
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Fairey Gannet ECM6
Duxford (EGSU)
UK - England, July 12, 2014
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XG797 (cn F9365) "Imperial War Museum" The Gannet ECM6 was an electronic countermeasures version of this aircraft. The displayed example flew with the Royal Navy its entire career until being retired in 1968. [Nikon D800 / AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm]
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Photo ID: 2497297
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Fairey Gannet T5
Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (OSH / KOSH)
USA - Wisconsin, August 1, 2014
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N752XT / XT752/772/LM (cn F9137) The startup procedure is as interesting as the plane itself. Instead of using explosive cartridges to start one of the two turbine engines, it is possible to accomplish a start using compressed nitrogen gas as shown in this photo.
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Photo ID: 2487029
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Fairey Gannet T5
Oshkosh - Wittman Regional (OSH / KOSH)
USA - Wisconsin, August 1, 2014
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N752XT / XT752/772/LM (cn F9137) One of the most unusual birds I've ever seen in person. The only airworthy example in the world, powered by two turboprop engines driving contra-rotating propellers. EAA AirVenture 2014. [EOS 7D, 17-55/2.8 IS]
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Photo ID: 2436270
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Fairey Gannet T2
Farnborough (FAB / EGLF)
UK - England, September 11, 1954
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WN365 The prototype Gannet T.2 trainer demonstrating at the 1954 Farnborough Air Show.
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Photo ID: 2425705
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Fairey Gannet COD4
Yeovilton (YEO / EGDY)
UK - England, April 5, 2014
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XA466 / 777 Fairey Gannet COD4 in the carrier exhibit at the Fleet Air Arm Museum. It has taken the place of the Gannet AEW3 XL503.
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Photo ID: 2389438
Views: 635
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Fairey Gannet AEW3
Luqa - Malta International (MLA / LMML)
Malta, November 10, 1978
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XL497 (cn F9456) GannetAEW 3 XL497/041 NAS849 RN on flight deck of HMS Ark Royal in Grand Harbour Malta during its visit in Nov78.
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Photo ID: 2385336
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Fairey Gannet AEW3
Tucson - Davis-Monthan AFB (Municipal) (DMA / KDMA)
USA - Arizona, November 27, 2013
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N1350X / XL482 (cn F9451) Anti-submarine aircraft that first flew in 1949, but did not enter service until 1955. The AEW 3 variant was designed as an airborne early warning aircraft. The addition of the large bulged radar dome under the fuselage did little for the Gannets looks. Powered by 1 Armstrong Siddeley Double Mamba 102 turbo shaft. Pima Air and Space Museum.
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