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Flying with the Red Arrows, 1971

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Flying with the Red Arrows. An award winning ” self portrait” of Daily Mirror cameraman Ron Burton, taken with a remote-control camera when he joined the team on a training flight. 21st January 1971.

Four pilots of the Royal Air Force’s famous “Red Arrows” aerobatic display team were killed when two of their Gnat aircraft, each carrying, two men, collided over the R.A.F. base at Kemble in Gloucestershire on Wednesday (20.01.71). They were practicing their spectacular “Roulette” manoeuvre in which two aircraft fly, at low-level, towards each other t a combined speed of nearly 700 mph, peeling away when only few yards apart. After Wednesday’s crash, wreckage was scattered over more than a mile.

Photo: Archive Sturlason

Giclée Fine Art Print.

Produsert eksklusivt av Polyfoto Vintage. Leveres med preg og med hvit kant, som vist.

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