Me 109 Bouchon - Shoreham Airshow 2012

Colin  Williams Photography

Wakefield, United Kingdom

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Taken During The Battle Of Britain Scramble

The Bouchon appeared in the 1969 film – “The Battle of
Britain”.

Canon EOS100D 70 – 300mm Zoom Lens !

It Was Flown By Air Marshal Clifford Rodney Spink CB CBE FCMI FRAeS RAF R’td (born 17 May 1946) is a former senior Royal Air Force officer and is now a Spitfire display pilot on the national air display circuit. The first Spitfire he ever flew belonged to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, during his tenure as Station Commander of RAF Coningsby. During his time as Senior Air Staff Officer (SASO) of No. 11 Group RAF between March 1993 and April 1995 he simultaneously served as the 22nd Commandant of the Royal Observer Corps, the last but one officer to hold the post.

Air Marshal Spink remains the Honorary President of the Royal Observer Corps Association. He is also President of the Historic Aircraft Association.

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