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WK935 On display at RAF Museum Cosford. This experimental Meteor had the pilot flying from a prone position, accompanied by a safety pilot in the rear cockpit. The design was to be have been used in a Bristol Aeroplane rocket-powered interceptor. (more of WK935)
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XR220 First time the TSR-2 has seen daylight since 2009. Rolled out for the RAF Cosford Air Show 2015. (more of XR220)
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WK935 Note the second prone cockpit which was used in experimental work to see how humans suffered the effects of 'g' if lying down (more of WK935)
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XS695 An early development along with the P1127 which led to the development of the Harrier. (more of XS695)
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XV249 The last flight of this aircraft was to Kemble where it was dismantled, transported by road to Cosford and reassembled for display (more of XV249)
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ZF534 Another recent arrival at Cosford having been used as a training aid at Loughborough University (more of ZF534)
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ZG477 LAst flew 15 Dec 2010. Stored at Cottesmore and arrived by road at Cosford for display in Dec 2011. (more of ZG477)
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733682 Previusly desplayed at the IWM South Lambeth and arrived at Cosford 12th Dec 2012. (more of 733682)
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191614 Captured at Husum, Germany in May 1945, this Komet was on the strength of II/JG 400, part of Luftflotte Reich. II Gruppe moved from Brandis to Salzwedel, then Nordholz and finally Husum to end the war. (more of 191614)
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XL568 This Hunter T.7 started its service life with No. 74 Sqn. It was modified to T.7A standard and similar cockpit instrumentation to the Buccaneer, serving with the Maritime Strike Wing. (more of XL568)