T'graph: "Harrier Jump Jet Is Hung From Tate Britain's Roof"

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  1. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    Re: T'graph: "Harrier Jump Jet Is Hung From Tate Britain's R

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    I call 'snap' with the Imperial War Museum, Manchester

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  2. Re: T'graph: "Harrier Jump Jet Is Hung From Tate Britain's R

    At least the Torygraph refer to your Service. The Times' article described them both as RAF jets! :roll:

    Regards,
    MM
     
  3. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Re: T'graph: "Harrier Jump Jet Is Hung From Tate Britain's R

    That's feck all! Arnie did that in "True Lies"... :wink:
     
  4. Re: T'graph: "Harrier Jump Jet Is Hung From Tate Britain's R

    Brilliant.

    How about, "...and be back here to pick me up at six o'clock sharp. You know Daddy doesn't like to be kept waiting for his dinner."
     
  5. Re: T'graph: "Harrier Jump Jet Is Hung From Tate Britain's R

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  6. Can anyone else confirm that this is teh jet with the dodgy ABS which ended up in the river Yeo or is it the one which a certain bell-end pilot bounced of the lip of the runway aiming for the piano keys.

    either way we (me and missus and kids) are going to the London / Tate soon and I will be spending several hours licking it all over - how i've missed the old girl.
     

  7. http://www.pprune.org/military-airc...pecat-jaguar-xz118-bae-sea-harrier-ze695.html
     
  8. ah now i know the score - we where supposed to be getting it delivered to amg at vl when a highly trained pilot dropped it onto the runway kerb -

    cue early chop, receipt checks done and dustered.

    promote pilot out of cockpit!!
     
  9. Re: T'graph: "Harrier Jump Jet Is Hung From Tate Britain's R

    KIN'ELL... Top mangler driving.
     

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