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    Sea Harriers

    A few shots of Sea Harriers at Yeovilton museum.







    And the engine which powers them.



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    Re: Sea Harriers

    Andy...I have ONLY two favorite jet's...The F-86 Saber ant Harrier jump jet!! Awesome photo's...you rock! John Wilson.



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    Re: Sea Harriers

    Great airplane, great shots!

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    Re: Sea Harriers

    The shot of the engine really explains alot about these jets!!!:thanks
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    Re: Sea Harriers

    Thanks guys.

    John, I'm a great fan of the Harrier. The way it fought well above its weight during the Falklands war with its agility and "viffing", it became a legend. Must be good you Americans either bought them from us or made them under licence.

    Bob, what an engine. Nothing else like it in the world.

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    Re: Sea Harriers

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyC View Post
    Thanks guys.

    John, I'm a great fan of the Harrier. The way it fought well above its weight during the Falklands war with its agility and "viffing", it became a legend. Must be good you Americans either bought them from us or made them under licence.

    Bob, what an engine. Nothing else like it in the world.

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    That's my favorite aircraft also!
    It's the 1st time I've ever seen the engine without the body. Simply amazing!

    I wonder what the next generation Harrier will look like!?

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    Great aircraft. Remember my years in high school when I was into plastic modeling. Harriers was my favorite aircraft model. There was nothing like it.

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