Four F-16 tails - two dirty and two clean. The aircraft were night-stopping at Leuchars, seen here on the visiting aircraft ramp after the day's mission. All are operated by 312 Squadron, although the second aircraft wears the markings of 311 Squadron.
This was an early Tu-22B bomber but it was rebuilt as the prototype of the Tu-22K Blinder-B to carry one Kh-22 (AS-4 Kitchen) stand-off missile. '32 red' had its last flight on 27 October 1965. Total flight was 350 hours. Information courtesy of Nils Mosberg.
In 1959 during a visit to the USA, Soviet leader Khrushchev enjoyed his ride in an S-58 helicopter. When President Eisenhower challenged him to order some, Khrushchev said yes and two HUS-1Zs as well as two V-44s were actually sold and shipped to the USSR. This Flying Banana is still in Vertol company livery.