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  • warferry
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Aug 2014
    • 15

    #61
    Just caught up with this thread and attached my be of interest. Taken at Alborg Sweden June 2012 outside unprotected, how long would it last in UK!Alborg missile museum by warferry, on Flickr

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    • scotavia
      scotavia
      • Nov 2005
      • 2823

      #62
      I saw a few launches from Aberporth when working at Western radar, I was fascinated by all the twitching movements made by the missile on the launcher prior to blast off,these were Swiss owned missiles being launched against Jindivik towed targets.
      We could not see the Royal Navy launch site which was below the cliffs and I was very cheesed off to miss the time they shot down the Meteor drone just offshore as part of a sales push to sell ship based missiles to other navies. The Meteor cartwheeled into the sea in a ball of flames.

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