Aircraft XX901 Photo

XX901, 1977 Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.2B, C/N: B3-06-75

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XX901, 1977 Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.2B C/N B3-06-75, In the 1991 Gulf War Buccaneer XX901 flew 14 operational missions and had the unique distinction of destroying a taxiing Iraqi transport aircraft with a laser guided bomb.

In the 1991 Gulf War Buccaneer XX901 flew 14 operational missions and had the unique distinction of destroying a taxiing Iraqi transport aircraft with a laser guided bomb.

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Photographer: Chris Hall
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Shot Date: 2009-07-18
Airport: X4EV
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Upload Date: 2009-07-22
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Device Manufacturer: Olympus Imaging Corp.
Device Model: FinePix S5700 S700
Device Type: Digital Still Camera
Shot Time: 2009:07:18 10:57:21
Original Image Size: 1024 x 768 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/320 sec
F Number: f/6.3
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 64
Focal Length: 63.3 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
Scene Type: Directly Photographed
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  • XX901 @ X4EV - Buccaneer S2B. XX901 had an illustrious service record with the Royal Air Force. It was saved from scrapping by the Buccaneer Aircrew Association and is painted in the Gulf War scheme, including the 'Flying Mermaid' nose art. - by Chris Hall by Chris Hall @ X4EV
  • XX901 @ EGYK - BLACKBURN BUCCANEER S.2B XX901 at Yorkshire Air Museum - by Eric.Fishwick by Eric.Fishwick @ EGYK
  • XX901 @ X4EV - 'Flying Mermaid' nose art has been repainted after it had weathered while being exhibited outside - by Chris Hall by Chris Hall @ X4EV
  • XX901 @ ELVINGTON - Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S2B. In its temporary desert camoflage scheme for the 1st Gulf War. At the Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington in 1997. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ ELVINGTON