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Hms Queen Elizabeth Leaves Portsmouth for Helicopter Trials Featured Print

Hms Queen Elizabeth Leaves Portsmouth for Helicopter Trials

HMS Queen Elizabeth (accompanied by her support craft), sailing from her home in Portsmouth for the first time since being officially commissioned into the Royal Navy in December.
The 65, 000-tonne future flagship will spend the next month conducting further sea trials, which will include testing with rotary wing aircraft, learning about their behaviour flying to and from the ship in a range of conditions.
Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth, Captain Jerry Kyd, said: After the excitement of our commissioning ceremony in December, my ships company and our industry partners are looking forward to taking the ship to sea to conduct First of Class Rotary Wing Flying Trials.
The Queen Elizabeth Class Carriers are the biggest warships ever built for the Royal Navy - four acres of sovereign territory, deployable across the globe to serve the United Kingdom on operations for 50 years.
HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales will be the most advanced warships in the Royal Navy fleet.
They are the future flagships of the nation. Initially the ships will carry helicopters. The vast flight deck and hangar can accommodate any helicopter in Britains military inventory.
From 2020, however, our punch will be delivered by the F35 Lightning II, the worlds most advanced stealth fighter-bomber

Royal Navy Seaking Mk4 Helicopters Over Northern Norway Featured Print

Royal Navy Seaking Mk4 Helicopters Over Northern Norway

Royal Navy Seaking Mk4 helicopters from 845 Naval Air Squadron conducting Arctic flying training over the snow covered mountains of northern Norway.
Situated some 200 miles inside the Arctic Circle at the Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) training facility near Bardufoss, Northern Norway, the JHC base known as 'Clockwork' provides survival and operational training and support facilities to enable aviation capable units arms to survive, operate and fight in extreme cold weather environments.
JHC 'Clockwork' has provided Commando Helicopter Force (CHF) with an Arctic base for over 40 years the training provided by the facility is as relevant today as it has always been. It enables CHF to prepare for future operations and is fundamental to the delivery of littoral manoeuvre for the Royal Navy given the geography and excellent facilities that exist in the local area.
150 Naval personnel from Commando Helicopter Force normally based at the Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton in Somerset will take part in their annual winter training exercise in Northern Norway. Aircrews, engineers and support staff from 845 Naval Air Squadron flying Royal Navy Sea King Mk4 helicopters will conduct essential Environmental Training (ET) and Pre-Deployment Training (PDT) in preparation for future deployments.
At the same time around 50 Naval personnel attached to 28 Squadron Royal Air Force from RAF Benson will also conduct Arctic flying training with the Augusta Westland Merlin Mk 3 helicopter.
This image was a winner in the 2014 RN Peregrine Trophy Competition.

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100 years of the RAF Featured Print

100 years of the RAF

The Coronation Review of the Royal Air Force by HM Queen Elizabeth II celebrating her coronation which had taken place at the beginning of June.
The event held at RAF Odiham, 15th July 1953 was the culmination of seven month's planning can be seen in this view of the immaculately parked aircraft and their crews as they wait in the afternoon sun for Her Majesty to inspect them. This display was the largest display of military airpower that this country has ever seen (still to this day). Over 300 static aircraft and a fly past of over 600 aircraft.
Aircraft included:
Static Display
Avro Anson (various marks) (7)
Auster AOP6 (6)
Bristol Freighter Mk31E (1)
Canadair Sabre (12)
Canadair Sabre F1(4)
English Electric Canberra B2 (5)
English Electric Canberra PR3 (1)
DHC Chipmunk T10 (58)
DH Devon C1 (2)
NA Harvard T2B (12)
HP Hastings Mk1 (1)
HP Hastings C1 (2)
HP Hastings C2 (2)
HP Hastings C4 (1)
Avro Lancaster GR3 (4)
Avro Lincoln (8)
Gloster Meteor T.7 (17)
Gloster Meteor Mk3 (4)
Gloster Meteor Mk7 (2)
Gloster Meteor F.8 (19)
Gloster Meteor FR9 (4)
Gloster Meteor Mk9 (8)
Gloster Meteor NF11 (20)
Lockheed Neptune MR1 (4)
Airspeed Oxford (9)
Percival Prentice T1 (12)
Percival Provost T1 (4)
Avro Shackleton MR1A (3)
Avro Shackleton MR2 (1)
Bristol Sycamore HR12 (1)
Vickers Valetta T3 (4)
DH Vampire T11 (4)
DH Vampire Mk3 (8)
DH Vampire FB5 (17)
DH Vampire FB9 (14)
DH Vampire NF10 (3)
Vickers Varsity T1 (5)
DH Venom FB1 (4)
Boeing Washington B1 (4)
Tiger Moth G-AHUT
Auster AOP 6
Canberra PR3 (2)
Harvard 2B.6
Hastings C1 (2)
Hastings C2
Meteor T7
Spitfire LF16e.1
Flypast
Bristol Sycamore HC1 (1)
Airspeed Oxford 1 (12)
Avro Anson (21)
Avro Lincoln (45)
Avro Shackleton MR1A and MR2 (18)
Avro Vulcan Prototype (1)
Boeing Washington (12)
BP Balliol T2 (12)
Canadair Sabre F4 (24)
Canadair Sabre (36)
DHC Chipmunk T10 (32)
DH Vampire T10 (12)
Vampire FB5 (12)
DH Vampire FB5 (12)
DH Vampire T11 (1)
DH Venom FB1 (24)
English Electric Canberra (48)
Gloster Meteor F4 (12

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