A heavy from the 'Mighty Hundredth'
The Mildenhall Air Fete, Mildenhall, Suffolk - 29th May 1994
Janet and Tony pick Nosher up for a day out at the Mildenhall Air Fete, hosted on the USAF air base. Highlights include the B52 strategic bomber (Mildenhall is one of the few runways long enough to host these) and a group of "warbirds" - Spitfires and Mustangs.
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A monster heavy lifter - C5 Galaxy or Starlifter?
F14 Tomcat (?)
B17 'Sally B'
Massed parachute drop
The Red Arrows - lined up and blanketed
A static Douglas DC3 'Dakota' and a taxiing Spitfire
Spitfire 'Baby Bea V' (MK732) rumbles by
P51 Mustang 'Damn Yankee'
Mustangs and Spitfires
Mark 9 Spitfire 'Baby Bea V' (OU-U) taxis back to the stand
The DC3 taxis off
A simulated warzone touch-and-go from a Lockheed C130 'Hercules'
Criminally overlooked flying legend the Mosquito (built mostly out of wood)
Something small and fast roars over the crowds
The boys from the base cook up some burgers
An acrobatic display team take off in close formation
The mighty B52 lumbers up for take-off
The B52 flies off, its eight engines screaming
The Red Arrows in their basic formation
The 'Synchro pair' do a flypast
Tony and Janet take a nap
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