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Going for Gold movie poster.

Movie (2018)
French title : Des pom-pom girls en or

Starring:
Kelli Berglund (Emma Wilson)
Emily Morris (Hannah Thompson)
Terry Rogers (John Wilson)
Ruth Natalie Fallon (Coach Caitlyn)

(Synopsis needed)


McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet & AIDC F-CK-1 Ching-kuo

AIDC F-CK-1 Ching-kuo of Zhonghuá Mínguó Kongjun (Republic of China Air Force) with a Royal Australian Air Force McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet doing its last turn.

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South Australia Aviation Museum (Port Adelaide, Australia)

Avro (English Electric) Canberra B2

(background) White English Electric Canberra B2 WK165 built by Avro in 1955 and remaining in service until December 1969. Given to the Museum in 1997.
Under her right wing, a red Northrop Shelduck KD2-R5 piston engined target drone.
Hidden by the Canberra's wing, but visible by its red tail, a GAF ([Australian] Government Aircraft Factories) Jindivik Mark 203B, an indigenous turbojet radio-controlled target drone.

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CAC CA-30

(foreground) CAC CA-30 (Aermacchi MB-326H) serial A7-026. Built in 1968 but crashed on 1985. On display since 2006.

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General Dynamics F-111C Aardvark

General Dynamics F-111C Aardvark serial A8-134 built in 1968 but delivered only in 1973. Upgraded as a RF-111C reconnaissance aircraft between 1980 and 2010 but restored and display as a strike bomber.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Unidentified Aircraft (Boeing 737-838 ?) of Qantas on approach of Adelaide Airport, Australie (IATA: ADL, ICAO: YPAD) with view on King St bridge, Glenelg North.
Footage reused from Raising the Bar.

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