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Sea Vixen XP924 goes vertical.

Sea Vixen XP924 (G-CVIX) goes into a steep climb over Yeovilton. The twin boom Sea Vixen was flown for many years from Britain's aircraft carriers until the arrival of the American Phantom. This airframe spent many years at RAE Llanbedr painted in a very distinctive red, yellow and white scheme. Sadly the year after this picture was taken she suffered a wheels up landing at Yeovilton but hopefully one day she will return to flying. For more infoclick here...

Ref: YAD040

Date: 02/07/2016

Location: RNAS Yeovilton

Photographer: Karl Lucas

Sea Vixen in a steep climb.

Sea Vixen XP924 (G-CVIX) goes into a steep climb over Yeovilton. The twin boom Sea Vixen was flown for many years from Britain's aircraft carriers until the arrival of the American Phantom. This airframe spent many years at RAE Llanbedr painted in a very distinctive red, yellow and white scheme. Sadly the year after this picture was taken she suffered a wheels up landing at Yeovilton but hopefully one day she will return to flying. For more infoclick here...

Ref: YAD040

Date: 02/07/2016

Location: RNAS Yeovilton

Photographer: Karl Lucas