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1 - Saturday, August 29, 2015 5:20 pm

Name:

Ollie

Location:

Hampshire

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Using this website to help create routes for my VC10s in the game Airline Mogul!

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2 - Monday, August 17, 2015 5:10 pm

Name:

FlyBoy

Location:

EHAM

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Always wondered what happened to G-AGRU @ EHSB. Now I know. My only visit to this Viking @ Avio Resto was in 1971. Occassionally I'd came across a pic my parents took of that plane. Thanks for putting the Viking info on the web!

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3 - Monday, August 3, 2015 8:38 pm

Name:

Hugh MacKenzie

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Fetcham, Surrey

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My late Father, Gilbert "Mac" MacKenzie, used to work in the Mould Loft. He was in charge of the distribution of drawings. When he retired in 1979 it took two people to not do the job as well as he had done it. I have a picture of Concorde signed by some 40 odd colleagues of his.

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4 - Monday, June 22, 2015 12:50 pm

Name:

Sandy

Location:

Pevensey Bay

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Gary and all other workers on BOB. I flew in her many times as an ALM from Brize Norton. I tried many times talking the CAS into moving her to Cosford. The reply - there is already a VC10 there - "But it's a civi one!" was my reply. Well done! I am the Secretary of the 10 Squadron Association and when she is re assembled I will certainly try to organise a visit. Thank you all....:

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5 - Wednesday, June 10, 2015 12:37 am

Name:

Chris Guppy

Location:

Perth Western Australia

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Comments:

:)

Very nice site, I do agree an overlooked aircraft in the annals of British aviation.

I grew up in Surrey in a house right under the flight path into Weybridge so having the test VC-10s, and 111s, coming right over the roof at quite low altitudes was not unusual - I'm pretty certain the pilots used the house as an IP!!

I only ever flew on a -10 twice, to and from Seychelles, remember it as a very comfortable experience.

Thanks for the time taken over the site.

Cheers

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6 - Sunday, May 3, 2015 11:28 pm

Name:

Steve Martin

Location:

Cambridgeshire UK

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Comments:

Worked at Royal Aircraft Establishment whe XX914 was there and involved in tech documentation for the wake turbulence trials that took place prior to withdrawal from service

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7 - Sunday, May 3, 2015 7:58 am

Name:

Adrian Barraclough

Location:

Seattle, WA USA

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Just got wind of a new VC10 publication by Key pubs...search engine found this link too (Comment: There's a clarity of thinking on this site that deserves mention..Thank You !).

I once lofted the left upper o/b VC10 wing surfaces, as a Vickers Apprentice. The VC10 was the first Vickers attempt at a "clean" (unobstructed) wing and remnants of Barnes-Wallis' Dirigeable Processes and people (Iterative calculations between people..a sort of human computer) were invoked to take advantage of the aerodynamic opportunity. It seems to have worked

But in spite of competative constraints, the VC10 could not have been put to a better service than it was, I submit. Both for the benefit of a transitional colonial society, and the enduring demands of Military use, in peace and war. We can be dang proud of it.

(Now: I wonder where my tooling went??)

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8 - Wednesday, April 29, 2015 6:16 pm

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Lynne Copping

Location:

Scotland

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Comments:

Looking for Richard Sawyer from Whitby to tell him about a Singapore schools reunion.

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