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This is an image I forgot about from when I went Urbexing a couple of years back.
This is an old Westerland Sea king HAS5 that is now a training airframe for the Royal Navies fire service. 

This airframe, XZ570 Sea King HAS5 was finished in 1976 and lived in Gosport, Hampshire. She was the first HAS 2 and was used as the prototype vehicle for the development program. It was retained at Westland as the trials installation airframe continuing to assess Sea King HAS 5 vehicle aspects and composite main rotor blades. The aircraft was extensively modifies to carry the Ferranti ‘Blue Kestrel’ radar and EH101 mission system known within the EH101 program as ‘The Hack Sea King’. One of its last tasks was the assessment of the Sea King ASaC 7 mission systems.
She did look a little funny with that radar fitted!
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Staging of operation Cobra. (25-31.07.1944 France)
20.08.2014 Hel, Poland
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A row of Wehrmacht re enactors on the ground with Model 24 Stick grenades
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The British Royal Air Force (RAF) used the Supermarine Spitfire not only as a fighter but also as a photo recon plane.  In this role, it was designated PR.XI.  Some PR.XI Spitfires were bought by the U.S. Army Air Force (USAAF), which flew them from 1943 to 1945.  A PR.XI of the 14th Photographic Squadron is on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force (Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio).
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Staging of operation Cobra. (25-31.07.1944 France)
20.08.2014 Hel, Poland
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