Conflict of Wings

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Conflict of Wings title screen.

Movie (1954)


Starring:
John Gregson (Cpl. Bill Morris)
Muriel Pavlow (Sally)
Kieron Moore (Squadron Leader Parsons)
Niall MacGinnis (Harry Tilney)
Harry Fowler (Leading Aircraftman 'Buster')

Here are the jets ! Inhabitants of Norfolk always rise the head when they are overflew by these new aircrafts. Until the RAF decide to use the next Island of Children, a much-loved and untouched bird sanctuary, as a rocket firing range.

Gloster Meteor T Mk 7

CofW Meteor.jpg
CofW Meteor2.jpg

Flypast of sixteeen Meteor.

CofW 16Meteor.jpg

de Havilland DH100 Vampire F.B.5

Vampire VV624 in service from february 1949 to september 1956. Sent to 5 Flying Training School soon after the movie's end.
The next Vampire, WA285, was used from december 1950 but destroyed in june 1956.

CofW Vampire VV624.jpg

Vampire VZ150 (use by RAF from october 1949 to june 1960) loaded with four P3 rockets.

CofW Vampire WZ150 HVAR.jpg

Vampire WA229 (into service : october 1950;written off : december 1958).

Note the tail of a Gloster Meteor F. Mk 8 at far right
CofW Vampire radada.jpg

Just before the break towards the training range, the eight Vampire in flight formation.

CofW 8Vampire.jpg

de Havilland DH100 Vampire T.11

Vampire T.11 WA285, destroyed by accident in june 1956 after five and a half years of use by RAF.

CofW Vampire T11 WZ424.jpg
CofW Vampire hangar.jpg

Hawker Typhoon

Archive footages matching cargoes, trains and bridges under the fire of HVAR.

CofW Typhoon.jpg

The run's axis doesn't match with a typical shape but the fired HVAR limited the possibilities; probably another Typhoon.

CofW FB.jpg


Supermarine Swift F Mk 1

CofW doubleBang.jpg
CofW Supermarine Swift.jpg
CofW Supermarine Swift parking.jpg


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