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Lockheed Hercules A97-214 | Lockheed Hercules A97-160 | Hawker | Bristol Freighter | Bloodhound Missile

Lockheed C-130A Hercules A97-214

Received into RAAF service on 14 January 1959, A97-214 was operated by No 36 Squadron, part of the RAAF's No 86 (Transport) Wing. During A97-214's long service career,   more..

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Lockheed C-130E Hercules A97-160

Delivered from Lockheed in August 1966, A97-160, like all of the RAAF's C-130E aircraft, entered service with No 37 Squadron at RAAF Base Richmond in New South Wales   more..

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Hawker Siddeley HS748 A10-601

Registered G-AVZD to Hawker Siddeley Aviation in December 1967, the museum's aircraft first flew in February 1968. Used as a certification aircraft for Rolls-Royce Dart 8 engines with tropical trials   more..

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Bristol Freighter A81-1

Originally in service with the British Ministry of Supply as G-AIMI and the RAF as WB482, the aircraft was transferred to the RAAF in April 1949 and upon arrival was re-numbered A81-1   more..

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Bristol Bloodhound missile and launcher

Initially code-named Red Duster, development of the Bloodhound surface-to-air missile began in 1949 as a joint project between Bristol Aircraft and Ferranti Electronics   more..

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