Swordfish flies!

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  1. v2

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    Great news, awesome to see a Stringbag in the air again.
     
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    Lee, where are you? You´ll love to hear about this news...
     
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    Great to see those old warbirds where they belong ..... in the air!

    TO
     
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    Hooray I may yet get to see one in the air.
    They certainly are no glamour puss, but still deserve a well earned position in the great planes of WW2 hall of fame
     
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    i hope to see one of those very old school planes
    which are awesome
     
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    Great aircraft, I have a real soft spot for the Swordfish.
     
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    Congratulations! Repairing itself was a long-term project. The pic was taken by me at Yeovilton hangar in 2000 when the RNHF people said the LS326 was under repair.
     

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