Some of the stars of Cosford’s static park: the jet fighter line of Gloster F9/40, Hunter T7, Lightning F53, Phantom FG1 and Tornado F3; the Cold War-era trainers, including the Balliol reproduction; and the Gulf War trio of ‘desert pink’ Buccaneer, Jaguar and Tornado amongst others. The contribution of GJD Services to bringing static exhibits in from other locations and preparing them for display was immense. PETER REOCH

RAF Cosford Air Show

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