Vulcan Flies Again

#3
Excellent news, congrats to the dedicated team who have restored her.
 
#4
My pal is up there at the moment. He reckons that there must be at least 150 to 200 vultures, sorry Press People, there.
The webcam seems to be over-loaded as well :cry:

http://www.tvoc.co.uk/
 
#5
i live in Leics so i've got a good chance of seeing it! They're my favourites.
 
#6
As Bruntingthorpe is south of Leicester and I'm east of Nottingham I'm not hopeful of seeing it :(

I remember watching a four ship takeoff during a TACEVAL in the late 70's as I was walking to school at Waddington, almost made my ears bleed....awesome.
 
#8
There was a snippet on Radio 4's 9am bulletin which maintained that the aircraft was last used operationally to bomb Argentinian positions in the Falklands in 1984.

That must have been some headwind. :roll:
 
#9
Excellent! have just finished reading the book on the mission to destroy the runway at Stanley. Some balls those guys had.
 
#12
Programme on the History Channel on Friday 26th (Sky 529 Virgin 234) at 22:00 'The Vulcan Bomber: Return to the Skies' documentary on the campaign to restore the Vulcan.
 
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