THE APPROACH AND FLARE The 3 point landing – I am flying low to the ground at around ‘one or two’ feet i raise the nose until the cowl intersects the horizon and close the throttle. All the above still applies and I keep the stick in to wind to arrest any drift all the way […]

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If you haven’t visited our photo gallery yet you must! We have the most Harvard photographs anywhere in the world archived in one place online – Please visit at http://www.t6harvard.com/miscellaneous/harvard-galleries/ 

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There has been much excitement about the latest Hurricane to be restored in the UK by Hawker restorations – The Wacky Wabbit has been busy assisting new warbird pilots get ready to take the next step up in to this classic and Iconic WW2 fighter – Hurricane 501 V7497 – See the web site at […]

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NA-16 Wirraway: From Trainer to Fighter The Australian Wirraway was forced into a role for which it was not intended during World War II. By Glenn Barnett By the mid-1930s many people in Australia were concerned that if war came to Europe that Great Britain would not be able to come to their defense against […]

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To nice to see G-CTKL back in the 80s being used as a skydive jump ship at Dunkeswell in the 80’s – Jumper Andy Guest

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Gallery 1 – T6 Harvard – This video gallery is a video blog of my T6 Harvard adventures! Dear Friends, Welcome to T-6 Harvard & SNJ “The Pilot Maker” It is fun, vibrant, informative and has excellent contributors… Can you please “ONLY” post Harvard – SNJ – Texan – Yale – Wirraway related posts. T6 Harvard Displays […]

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