Nimrod loss

Discussion in 'Aviation' started by Ralf, Sep 3, 2006.

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  1. A sad day for the Nimrod family.....My thoughts are with you all ....God Bless.

    "Its times like this when we all put our differences behind us and come together in the aviation world" thats how special it is to be in aviation.
  2. having 1200 hours on type, and knowing most of the blokes personally, i concur. i also, frankly, marvel at how we got away with it for so long. RIP, lads.
  3. RIP Fellas,

    Our thoughts are with friends and loved ones at these difficult times.
  4. RIP guys
  5. horrible feeling that I met and worked with this team on T3

    a truly sad loss.

    RIP chaps..... you did so much and deserved much more.
  6. A sad loss rip . Is it appropriate to ask what nimrod does in afgan? always thought it was maritime patrol cant think off my head what it could do in mountains ?Delete if inapproprite .
  7. Woody in Short a Nimrod MR2 is an excellant ISTAR platorm ,
    (cameras etc etc )
  8. they help watch your back.... truly unsung heros

    RIP to all on board and their families at home.

    (If any one can PM me details of RAF Services of Remembrance etc, I would very much like to go.
  9. 14 more of the UK’s Finest lost, and for what.....?
    RIP comrades

    Lord, guard and guide the men who fly
    Through the great spaces in the sky,
    Be with them always in the air,
    In dark'ning storms or sunlight fair.
    O, Hear us when we lift our prayer,
    For those in peril in the air.

    Rev. Dykes adaptation of "Eternal Father, Strong to Save" 1861
  10. Check your PM.
  11. Cheers for the information , a sad day for everyone.
  12. R.I.P. A truly sad loss to unsung heroes. Deespest sympathies go out to families and friends.
  13. RIP Guys
  14. RIP my deepest condolances to all families involved at Kinloss a place I know well.