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Geoff Ogden

Geoff Ogden

02/07/2014 19:56:27

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Heather takes flight in Strike Master Mk 82A.

We had a very special visitor on our apron today. A former Omani Air Force jet MK82A. The two visitors to the museum today were Classic Air Force gold member Liam Docherty and pilot Ed Dudley.

Liam kindly treated manager Heather Barton to the flight of a lifetime, with a sortie around Cornwall, at high speed and altitudes of 500 - 5000 feet.

What a great sight to see this beautiful jet taking off and soaring into the distance. When she arrived back at CAF Heather described the trip as "amazing" and "awsome"

Visitors to the hangar were able to see the arrival and departure of the Strike Master, and what a great sight it was!

Thanks again Liam - and as a gold member of Classic Air Force we look forward to seeing you again soon in one of our Meteors..


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