Aviation Photo #5130647 De Havilland J33 Venom (DH-112) - Sweden - Air Force

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The two-seat Venom night fighter first flew in 1950 and was supplied to the Royal Air Force as an interim type from 1953, but the Venom NF.2 and NF.2A had various issues and were replaced by the NF.3 mark in 1955, only a year before the Gloster Javelin entered service. Sweden ordered sixty NF.51s, similar to the NF.2 and NF.2A, with deliveries starting as early as December 1952 - complete with flying restrictions. They were replaced by the J32B Lansen by 1960
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NIKON CORPORATION
Model:
NIKON D7100
ExposureTime:
6/1
FNumber:
14/1
ISOSpeedRatings:
250
DateTimeOriginal:
2016:08:25 14:20:50
FocalLength:
220/10
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    Peter de Jong
    Sweden - Air Force
    De Havilland J33 Venom (DH-112)
    De Havilland DH-112 Venom/Sea Venom
    De Havilland DH-112 Venom/Sea Venom
    De Havilland
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    Linkoping - Malmen (Malmslatt)
    Sweden
    August 25, 2016
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