... A Canadian device as I recall.
Shackletons of 8 Sqn pay a visit to Woodford, Cheshire (where they were built) in March 1989
Published on Jul 4, 2014
Five 8 Sqd RAF Avro Shackletons come back to Woodford 9th March 1989 (staying untill 13th March) for a 4 aircraft flypast, on their 40th anniversary, before they go out of service in July 1991, one burst a tyre on landing (the last to land I think) due to a 30 knot gust of cross wind on landing, you'll never hear 'Griffin' engines again. Serial's 1. WL756 (Mr Rusty) 2. WL757 (Brian) 3.WL790 (Mr McHenry later re-named Zebadee) 4. WR963 (Parsley later re-named Ermintrude 2) 5. WR965 (Dill later renamed Rosalie 2 ) & sometimes called Dylan which sadly crashed on the Isle of Harris 30.4.1990 killing the crew.
This is not necessarily, in the order of their landing, does anybody know?
Brian Withers, a former Shackleton pilot, gives us a detailed tour of the Shackleton based at Newark Air Museum.
Coastal Command): A training film made for the Air Ministry,this 1961 colour film stresses Coastal Command`s role with NATO,focusing on Shackletons operating out of Gibralta and the Christmas Island A-Bomb tests,as well as briefly covering other areas of operation and expertise.