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Concorde taking off - 1976 Featured Concorde Image

Concorde taking off - 1976

The Anglo-French supersonic passenger plane leaves the ground at Heathrow Airport - The aircraft in the photo is G-BBDG which never flew in service with British Airways (despite wearing the livery)

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CONCORDE 002 FLIES 1969 Featured Concorde Image

CONCORDE 002 FLIES 1969

Brian Trubshaw pilots the British-built Supersonic transport aircraft, Concorde 002 on its maiden flight from Filton to Fairford, seven years before entering service. Date: 9 April 1969

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HMS Ark Royal Featured Concorde Image

HMS Ark Royal

HMS Ark Royal is pictured operating off the coast of the UK. The Portsmouth based carrier was undergoing the next phase of her workup in becoming the Nations Strike Carrier in 2010.
She is the fifth vessel to bear the proud name. Ark Royal was built by Swan Hunters Ship Builders yard at Wallsend in December 1978 and launched by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. HMS Ark Royal was accepted into service on 1 July 1985 and finally Commissioned, again by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother on 1 November 1985.
HMS Ark Royal is larger than her 2 sisters, Invincible and Illustrious, at 211.4 metres (693 feet) long. She has a maximum beam of 35 metres (114.7 feet) and a displacement of 20, 235 tonnes.
4 Olympus gas turbine engines (like Concorde's) propel the ship, which give a maximum speed in excess of 30 knots. A steeper ski jump than in the other ships of this class is fitted at the forward end of the flight deck.
The ship's motto is Zeal Does Not Rest

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