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Few people outside the Armed Forces realise the importance of the Nimrod in all its roles.Even less understand the possible implications for an island nation reliant on shipping for its day to day commodities by its absence.
Just as we are told Nimrod MRA4 is ready to enter service and working well,it is scrapped.To readers of a certain age ,doesnt this sound all too familiar?
I thoroughly enjoyed Tony Blackman's first hand account of its life ,and suggest reading Bill Gunston's Nimrod;Centenarian Aircraft. Both titles are complimentary to one another and will entertain and enrage in equal measure.
As an ex Royal Navy Senior Rating serving in some of the smallest… Read more