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The sound of a Hawker Sea Fury going through its paces at an airshow in the UK.
Sea Fury VR930 at the Shuttleworth VJ Day display on 7-8-05
Sea Fury FB.11 VR930 was delivered to the Royal Navy at RNAS Culham in March 1948, VR930 then spent from May to December of that year in front-line service with 802 Squadron aboard HMS Vengeance and ashore at RNAS Eglinton. Between December 1948 and August 1953 she was held in reserve at various Aircraft Holding Units at Anthorn, Abbotsinch, Sembawang and Fleetlands, undergoing a Category 4 repair at the Royal Naval Aircraft Yard Donibristle before returning to front-line service again with 801 Squadron. Between August 1953 and July 1954 she flew a further 284 hours with the squadron before going to RNAY Fleetlands for reconditioning. - http://www.royalnavyhistoricflight.org.uk/aircraft/seafury.htm
Standard power is provided by a Bristol Centaurus XVIIC 18-cylinder twin-row radial engine, producing 2,480 hpPlay Sample
Supermarine Seafire Mk.XVII G-KASX / SX336 recorded June 2007. The aircraft is operated by Kennet Aviation based at North Weald.Play Sample
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's AVRO Lancaster recorded during a solo display at Old Warden.Play Sample
MKX1 Spitfire PL965 (G-MKXI), Starting up prior to taxi and the start of a display. Recorded August 2008 at the Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden. This Spitfire is operated by Hanger 11 from North Weald.
Supermarine Spitfire MK XI serial number PL 965 left the Aldermaston factory in mid 1944. Built as a MK XI photo reconnaissance aircraft, she was designed to operate at high altitudes (over 30,000 ft) and at high speeds of over 400 mph and as such was the fastest of all the Rolls-Royce Merlin powered Spitfires. She was allocated to No.9 MU Cosford on 1st October 1944 and then ferried to No 34 wing and thence allocated to16 Squadron, which at the time, was a forward squadron, based at Melsbroek airfield, near Brussels in Belgium as part of the 2nd Tactical Air Force. She proudly wore the identifying code "R" for Robert. - http://www.hangar11.co.uk/spitfire.phpPlay Sample