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www.richard-seaman.com 1. Lynx Flight
Lynx Flight is named after the Westland Lynx, a British multi-purpose military helicopter which was designed and built by Westland Helicopters. The Lynx went into operational usage in 1977, and has been adopted by the armed forces of over a dozen countries.There are multiple variants of the Lynx helicopter, which has been used in both land and naval military applications, as well as civilian purposes.

 

silverfox-uav-022. Silverfox Flight
Silverfox Flight was named after the BAE Systems Silver Fox UAV. The Silver Fox is a gas/electric-powered unmanned system, that weights approximately 30 pounds, and is capable of autonomous takeoffs and landings.It’s capable of carrying a payload of up to four pounds, however it usually carries optical and infrared sensors. The Silver Fox is primarily used for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions

 

spitfire-aircraft3. Spitfire Flight
Spitfire Flight is named after the Supermarine Spitfire, which was was one of the main fighter Aircraft used throughout the Second World War.The Spitfire was designed as a short-range, high-performance interceptor aircraft which flew with many Squadrons, and played a significant role in the Battle of Britain.

 

Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk4. Tomahawk Flight
Tomahawk Flight is named after the Piper PA-38-112 Tomahawk, a two-seat, fixed tricycle gear general aviation aircraft. It was primarily designed as a training aircraft, and Piper consulted with numerous instructors prior to construction to ensure that it was a safe aircraft to fly.The Tomahawk was introduced in 1977 as a 1978 model, and was in continuous production until 1982. There were a total of 2,484 Tomahawk aircraft built.