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Speaking of long distance strategic aircraft, the Grandpa of C5A (B), A400, C-17:



The Bristol Britannia was the world’s first long range ‘jet-prop’ airliner. It was developed as part of the drive to re-build Britain’s civil aviation industry after the Second World War when the focus at the Bristol Aeroplane Company had been mainly on bomber production. (From https://www.xm496.com/)

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Ah thanks Jan, fantastic shots there mate, I can't remember what airfield I was at as it was years ago I saw a RAF Brit parked up.


I've worked on a Tradewinds CL-44 which was close, had to load it by hand too with heavy Baily Bridges cargo, horrible job.



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