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Fairey Gannet
Entering service during 1953 operating from aircraft carriers the type would serve in two crucial roles for the Fleet Air Arm during the Cold War.

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Avro Shackleton

The Shackleton began its service with the Royal Air Force in the maritime reconnaissance role post World War 2 before being converted to provide AEW.

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Bristol Blenheim

When the twin-engined Blenheim bomber first appeared its modern appearance and speed installed the belief that the Royal Air Force possessed the best bomber in the world.

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With a rich heritage in aviation there are many locations dotted around the United Kingdom that pay tribute to this. With our aviation sites map we aim to chart as many museums, memorials, gate guardians, replica aircraft and sites of interest as possible. Covering military aviation from 1914 upto the Cold War, providing a comprehensive guide via Google Maps.

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