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WAR Hawker Sea Fury (G-INVN)
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WAR Hawker Sea Fury (G-INVN)



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a mentor
That's the Hawker Seafury FB-11
ken kemper
John Maior
Built at Hawkers, Kingston-upon-Thames with final assembly at Langley with serial No. WG655. Delivered 9.10.1951 to Anthorn for initial storage then to 781 Sqdn Lee-on-Solent 7.12.1951. Purchased by Hawker 27.4.1957 for conversion to Target Towing configuration. Sold to German MoD for TT operations) and registered D-CACU. Federal Republic of Germany c/o Ministry of Defence, operated by Deutscher Luftfahrt-Beratungsdienst (of Wiesbaden) on target-towing flights in Sigmaringen area, based on Muenchen-Riem airport. Undertook last flight of a German Sea Fury (Luebeck � Koeln) on 12.11.1975 and stored at Koeln airport. Withdrawn from use on 23.6.1976, unregistered and prepared for ferry to Royal Navy. To RNHF Yeovilton 29.6.1976 marked as 910/GN. Transported to RNAY Fleetlands 15.5.1985 for refinishing and initially returned to RNHF Yeovilton. Transported to Boscombe Down 14.5.1987. While flying with RNHF 14.7.1990 it suffered engine failure shortly after take-off and made a wheels-up forced landing in a field near Castle Cary. Fuselage broke into three sections on collision with tree. After the accident, the remains were inspected and deemed unrepairable then put up for disposal. The remains went initially to New Zealand and then to Chuck Greenhill, Kenosha, Wisconsin, who had always had an interest in aircraft with naval connections. He purchased the remains 17.8.1993 and had them shipped to Kenosha where Tim McCarter and his crew went to work. Re-Registered as N20MD. Shipped to Sanders Aeronautics for completion at Ione, California. Sold to The Fighter Collection, Duxford in 2008. Shipped in a container to UK and arrived Duxford 29.5.2009. During 2017/18 the Centaurus engine was replaced with the Pratt and Whitney R2800 engine. The installation included a massive 4 blade Propeller from a Grumman Guardian aircraft The Aircraft was re-registered G-INVN in 25.07.2018 and remains based at Duxford. (Info OTT19)
Mark Harris
Hawker Sea Fury T.20 - check out the Flying Legends website here https://www.flyinglegends.com/aircraft/hawker-sea-fury-t-20-g-chfp.html
jesse kyzer
WG655/(G-INVN) - Is reg to a 1951? Hawker Sea Fury T.20 “Invincible”
A little history at: http://www.warbirdregistry.org/furyregistry/fury-wg655.html
More history at: http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=56634
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ historical birds flying
GREAT looking A/C, NICE pic!
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