The Block 52s have an upgraded avionics package that brings the Thunderbird fleet into alignment with the rest of the worldwide F fleet. This in turn increases the maximum allowable gross weight for ground handling, taxi, takeoff and in-flight maneuvers by nearly 5, lb. Support aircraft Demonstration routine The Thunderbirds performing their signature bomb burst maneuver. From the end of the runway the 4-ship Thunderbird team get ready to begin their take-off roll with the words "Thunderbirds, let's run em up! Historically, as Thunderbirds 1 through 4 lift off, the slot aircraft slips immediately into position behind 1 to create the signature Diamond formation. Thanks to the upgrade to the Block 52, the Diamond now has more than enough thrust to continue to climb straight up into their first maneuver, the Diamond Loop.
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While he was no republican he had been rather indifferent to the whole Royal Family thing, now he had to act much more positively towards them. If he was honest he had let Saundby handle most of the arrangements and organising for the visit and he let Saundby lead the Royal Couple around show them the sights and introduce them to staff. He did of course know that keeping the king 'on his side' would be advantageous, he regularly sent copies of the 'blue book', the latest photo reconnaissance pictures that they had of destroyed German targets, to the Palace, and he provided the King with special films of raids, very often the same ones that he and his ORS and Intelligence staff reviewed monthly at High Wycombe. Up close and personal the King was heavily 'made up' and had a truly dreadful stammer, the Queen was frankly not that attractive, slightly dumpy and with bad skin plus he got a more than faint whiff of BO from her.
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May we add your comments to our Guestbook? Yes Comments April 6, I read for about two hours, learning about code names and flight words used, etc. It sounded frustrating when weather, kites, and fellow airmen never cooperated enough to get a flight off. I was hoping to find some information about my dad's uncle Ron Craven who had taken many missions as a pilot, but never heard his name mentioned once. Maybe I never read long enough?