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UK - Air Force
English Electric Canberra D14
Greenham Common (EGVI) (closed)
UK - England, July 23, 1983
WH876 (cn SH.1633) I always enjoyed airshow static displays on summer evenings after most people had gone and you could get unimpeded pictures in the setting sunlight. This was part of the static park at Greenham Common IAT 83. WH876 had been with the Royal Navy as a radio-controlled target drone before transfer to the Bomber Maritime Test Sqn at Boscombe Down. It was converted in the mid-70s to facilitate ejection seat tests, in which role it is seen here.
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