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If I were you, I'd definitely put this on the African Infantryman of the Year thread. https://www.arrse.co.uk/community/threads/african-infantryman-of-the-year.126106/
 
This sort of shiote really boils my pi$$.


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Old vid of the London Fire Brigade attending a call.
The driving style in the V8 Range Rover is frankly arse clenching.
A 27min journey (Google Maps) done in 7.
Wrong way around Trafalgar Sq helped.
Nice engine note though.
This blokes Chanel has some good stuff on it, if you like that sort of thing.

 
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I believe that's called "Natural rhythm". One of the continents better attributes. Allegedly.
 
Gosh. That was so...........exciting.

Nay, it was..........spellbinding.

Possibly even..........rivetting.

Thank you SO much for posting such an interesting video.

If I could suggest one minor, tiny improvement? If you you could arrange to stand in front of the propellor and walk straight into it as it's whizzing around next time, I'm quite sure we'd all be very, very grateful.
F.F.S. . . .

It is an exceedingly pretty Beagle "PUP" . . . the "go-to" RAF basic trainer, when God was but a lad !!

I - really - can NOT think of anything subsequently (or before) within that small/private plane class, that has looked to coherent, well proportioned, elegant!

The "good news" is that someone/folk, have restored/are restoring this one, to a flying condition:) .

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"A military version of the Pup was developed after being assessed by Rolls Royce Test Pilot Graham Andrews, who made 12 recommendations including its adaptation to a twin seated aircraft suitable for training purposes. The aircraft evolved into the Beagle B.125 Bulldog with a 200 hp (150 kW) Lycoming engine. Only one prototype aircraft was built by Beagle (with another largely complete) before it ceased operations; the design and production was taken over by Scottish Aviation"

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The Scottish Aviation Bulldog is a British two-seat side-by-side . . . training aircraft designed by Beagle Aircraft as the B.125 Bulldog.

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