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Hawker Hurricane - a plane my grandfather worked on in the RAF - drawn by my five year old ❤️ #raf


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Adidas Raf Simons Ozweego “White Chrome”
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@730la Seen On @thuggerthugger1


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VERTICAL TYPHOON!

#aviation
#raf
#navy
#raf
#typhoon
#jets


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Aerial shot of Discus ‘506’ taken overhead the Dee Valley during the Chilterns GC Expedition to Aboyne.
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#royalairforce #raf #rafgsa #gliding #glider #schempphirth #discus #aviation #soaring #aircraft #aboyne #scotland #formation #soobock #segelfliegen #winter #snow


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#MUGSHOT😂 // Don’t ya just love it when haters comment pointless shit on your posts then you check their profile and it says “follow back” BITCH YOU IS A FAN😂🖕
#HatersGonnaHate #LoveIt #YouKnowWhereTheUnfollowButtonIs


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El deportista español más importante de la historia, también es del Real Madrid.
The most important spanish athlete
in history is also from Real Madrid.

#rafaelnadal,#tenis,#realmadrid,
#madridista,#raf,#ganador,#Rafa,
#winner,#halamadrid,#vamos


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Holy guillotine guard, Batman!

More yoga kicking today off, then went on to the finer points of the guillotine, plus a few different classes on guard passing and some judo for BJJ.
Broke it up with a trip to the local beach/outdoor hot pool, which was lovely - it's getting to the stage now where it's all blending into one and becoming 'information overload', so it's been important to go for little wanders and have a brain break! Plenty of rest tomorrow though as we're having a camp bus trip around the island.

Another brilliant day down - it's hard not to sound braggy when you're just really freaking excited, so thanks for reading this far!

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#raf #queenBandqueenT #fitness #bjjwomen #jiujitsugirls #grappling #womensfitness #selfdefence #girlsingis #girlswhoroll #thisgirlcan #fightlikeagirl #jiujitsulifestyle #sport


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Night of persuasion. NATO hitch and Koenig winch in initial stages of disassembly. Both have been outside for several years and needed the help of oil, crow bar, and a 3lb sledge. “





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More shooting success! Last week some of our cadets were down at Bisley competing at ISCRM and we managed to achieve 3 cadet 100 badges! Cpl Gribben also came 3rd in the Arthur Clark competition alongside Cpl Wilson who shot for Corps B team. Congrats again troops, keep up the good work! 🤩✨💛🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿




#aircadets #470 #whatwedo #westscotlandwing #engineeredtosucceed #raf


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BAE Systems Hawk
The BAE Systems Hawk is a British single-engine, jet-powered advanced trainer aircraft. It was first flown at Dunsfold, Surrey, in 1974 as the Hawker Siddeley Hawk, and subsequently produced by its successor companies, British Aerospace and BAE Systems, respectively!
Unit cost: £18 million (2003)
First flight: 21 August 1974
National origin: United Kingdom
Role: Advanced trainer aircraft
Produced: 1974–present
Introduction: 1976
Credit: unknown
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The art world seems increasingly preoccupied with climate change - which is no doubt a good thing - eg. the Tate launched a new related initiative today and I believe the Serpentine will dedicate is 50th Anniversary programming to climate change-related projects. One easy way for the whole art world to make a meaningful contribution would be for everyone to travel by plane less often. In 2007 Gustav Metzger (1926-2017) launched his initiative ‘Reduce Art Flights’ (aka RAF) with the idea that the art world - ie. artists, curators, critics, gallerists, collectors, museum professionals etc. - could or should diminish it’s use of planes/air travel. Metzger was motivated by his objection to “the massive commercial growth of the art industry” exemplified by what he called “unprecedented art tourism.” (Don’t forget he was saying this 12 years ago! 🙂) Highly prescient - ie. who in the art world was thinking like this in 2007? - and still radical, Metzger’s idea is actually very easy to put into action: all you need to do is skip a few biennials, triennials, festivals, fairs, and the like ... and stay at home. 🙂 I’ve done it, and you can too! 🙂 There is a great informative website about Metzger’s RAF: www.reduceartflights.lttds.org #gustavmetzger #reduceartflights #raf #globalwarming #climatechange 📸 Beautiful portrait: Jo Joelson and Bruce Gilchrist.


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Falklands. Mount Kent. #raf #falklandislands


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“Safety | Danger”
Will be keeping this one for myself. Unless someone really wants it. But I’ll be stubborn.
Check the site for the “Days Gone” tee from the other day!


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Raf Simons AW 2005 “Bullet-Proof Vest” Tank Top


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John "Paddy" Hemmingway, the last of the 36 Irish pilots who fought in the Battle of Britain, and the only remaining RAF veteran of the Battle of France, celebrates his 100th birthday today.
Born in Dublin in 1919, he applied for the British Royal Air Force in 1938 as an Irish volunteer. He began training in England in 1939.
On completion of flight school, Pilot Officer Hemmingway was posted to No 85 Squadron in Debden, flying Hurricanes.
When war broke out his squadron was sent to Rouen, France, to provide support for the British Expeditionary Force. On May 11th, 1940, days after the Battle of France commenced, he downed a German Dornier Do 77 light bomber. On the same day he himself was brought down by anti-aircraft fire, but landed safely.
He flew air support missions over Dunkirk during the evacuation.
Hemmingway was on the front line during the Battle of Britain and was shot down twice in Aug, 1940. The 1st time while intercepting Junkers Ju 88s, about 32km off the SE coast of England. He was rescued by a rowboat after 2 hours in the water. The 2nd time was over Kent, England, during an attack on Dornier bombers, when his plane was damaged by tail gunners and he bailed over Pitsea marshes. His Hurricane plummeted from 5,000m and was buried in the soft soil. Earlier this year, it was uncovered by archaeologists, with the firing mechanism still working, and set to "fire". By Sep, 1940, Squadron 85 had lost 11 pilots and had to be withdrawn. John was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross in July, 41.
He worked as a flight controller during the Normandy invasion. In Sep 44 he was posted to Italy as the leader of Squadron 43, flying Spitfires. He was shot down for a 4th time when his plane was hit by ground fire and he had to bail out behind enemy lines. He was cared for by Partisans and guided by a young girl back past German positions to the Allied lines.
After the war he served as a staff officer in the Middle East, as station commander of RAF Leconfield, and then as senior officer at NATO HQ in France.
John retired in 1969 and lives in Dublin.
Bhreithlá Sona ✊
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Credit: Irish Times


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#RAF camora


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The legend of the skies. The Vulcan bomber. (Repost app messes up the video)
Video via @asp1910 @raf_aviation
#raf #rafvulcanbomber #vulcan


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