An old favourite re-done
They don’t get much longer than this!
I’ve reprocessed (is that a word?) this image – an old favourite
A sad end to a majestic and iconic British aircraft…
The Hercules – Richard Broom Photography
Watch out. He’s coming to get you!
(And they probably are!!!!)
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It’s not a spaceship at all (but looks like one). It’s a helicopter.
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Now that’s what I call a hair dryer!
In today’s plastic and electronic world, we often seem to lose sight of how important engineering skills are to us. And, we especially lose sight of how important solid engineering training is. We certainly don’t always seem to make things like we used to. Perhaps it is because our politicians mostly read PPE at Oxford or are former lawyers. They wouldn’t know a spanner if it hit them on the head! That leads me to ask the question…what exactly are our politicians good for? Answer (as in the song): ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!
One of the very brave and highly inspirational women who, during World War 2, flew newly built aircraft from the factories to airfields around the UK. They flew without radios or any armaments. They flew many types of different aircraft with minimal training. Exceptional pilots.