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Images Dated 4th September 2020

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Thai paratroop trainee jump over Royal Air Force Sembawang Featured 4 Sep 2020 Print

Thai paratroop trainee jump over Royal Air Force Sembawang

Thai paratroop training by the Royal Air Force at RAF Sembawang in Singapore 11: The paratrooper jumped out from the airplane door to Sembawang airport, Singapore. You can see runway at the downside. This act is at the time before the chute open. (Paratrooper just after leaving the aircraft, with the parachute being pulled free by the static line). Date: 1955

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV Featured 4 Sep 2020 Print

Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV

Heston Type 1 Phoenix G-AESV, owned by Standard Telephonics at Brooklands. G-AESV was impressed into the Royal Air Force as X2891for No.24 Squadron ; Aeroplane & Armament Experimental Establishment at Boscombe Down for blind approach trials in December 1941 ; Scottish Aviation Ltd. At Prestwick in 1942 ; Air Fighting Development Unit at RAF Wittering in 1943. Surviving the war AESV was re-registered as G-AESV and flew regularly till April 1952, when it crashed in the French Alps. Date: 1937

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Blackburn YA.7 WB781 Featured 4 Sep 2020 Print

Blackburn YA.7 WB781

Blackburn YA.7 WB781 (msn 5615), on the Royal Aircraft Establishment Farnborough fire dump (struck off charge on 18 May 1955). (Note: Below the rear cockpit can be seen a blanked-off exhaust of the intended Napier Coupled Naiad turboprop Engine. Also, in the background the badly damaged fuselage of YA.8 WB788 can be seen, already partly consumed by fire). The Blackburn B-54 (company designation), or YA.5 (SBAC designation), was designed to meet Specification GR.17/45 for an advanced carrier-borne anti-submarine aircraft, competing with the Fairey 17 (later - Fairey Gannet). The original Y.A.5 was designed to take the new Napier Coupled Naiad turboprop Engine, consisting of two single Naiads driving contra-rotating propellers through a common gearbox. This Engine was cancelled, so the Y.A.5 flew as the Y.A.7 with a Rolls Royce Griffon 56 piston Engine driving contra-rotating propellers. B-54 / YA.7 WB781 - 2-seat - first flown 20 September 1949 - RR Griffon piston Engine B-54 / YA.8 WB788 - 3-seat - first flown 3 May 1950 - RR Griffon piston Engine B-88 / YB.1 WB797 - 3-seat - first flown 19 July 1950 - Armstrong Siddeley Double Mamba turboprop Engine. Date: circa 1957

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans