RAF Hunter Aerobatics Team

The aerobatic team of No. 54 Squadron (Sqn. Ldr. W. M. Sizer, D.F.C.) practising and illustrating the remarkable precise flying which has earned the team its international reputation. Its Hunters, recently changed to Mk. 4s, are referred to on the Continent as “flying arrows”. A. E. Long/The Aeroplane



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