Monday, November 17, 2008

Remembrance Day 2008 # 7: Se5a

Some of the best routines performed were put on by the Fokker Dreidecker's and the three Se5a's [Scout Experimental], particularly the simulated dogfight scene. The Se5a was one of the late-war British designs produced up to the end of the war.

You'll notice the white streamers flowing from the wings of one of the aircraft signifying the lead pilot/aircraft.

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2 comments:

Transponder Admin said...

the Remembrance days posts have been great. We're going to give you a shout out on flightlineinternetradio.com tonight. We're enjoying the pictures and nuggets of history. Thanks.

Rodney said...

Gidday Transponder Admin.

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