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Photos: Then & Now


There has been a picture uploaded to the MH Gallery by Gavin Hamilton which I consider to be a stunner

it is in B/W

see 

http://mhas.org.uk/pg/index.php?cat=1


and click on the album of Gavin

-- Edited by tarkey on Monday 16th of November 2009 08:57:44 AM

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One of the Revetments is being cleared of some trees and scrub



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John - One day a visiting Harvard landed and taxied over to the Tower.  The pilot RT'd for a bod to go down to his aircraft while he went upstairs to conduct some business or other with F/Lt Cooper. I was the selected bod.  When I got down there, he told me he wanted me to sit in the aircraft and hold the stick back to stop it taxi-ing away as he didn't want to switch off the engine.  My moment of glory.  I was petrified - no stick had ever been held back harder.



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John Cooper wrote:

You can almost imagine this P51 sitting in the hangar at MH in 1944, this one I took at Duxford on Wednesday being Ferocious Frankie

 

yes John especially "Jackie" with Wild Bill Crump and his Coyote and Don Strait and "Jersey Jerk"



 

 






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Details of Wild Bill Crump can be found within the Control Tower Museum at Martlesham Heath 



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