Foot­loose Fury

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Hawker Sea Fury G-SEAF was built for the Fleet Air Arm as WG599 in 1948, see­ing ac­tion in the Korean War be­fore ser­vice with the Cana­dian and Dutch navies. From 1964 it was painted bright red and reg­is­tered D-GACY with a com­pany pro­vid­ing air gun­nery train­ing tar­get-tow­ing for the Ger­man mil­i­tary, and then be­came a mu­seum ex­hibit. Its first ap­pear­ance on the UK war­bird scene was with the Old Fly­ing Ma­chine Com­pany at Dux­ford as G-BWOL in 1996. A spell with Ker­mit Weeks in Amer­ica was fol­lowed by a com­plete re­build by Aus­tralian Pre­ci­sion Aero­space. It now re­turns to Dux­ford un­der the aus­pices of The Fighter Col­lec­tion, but for how long? Wan­der­lust...

Hawker Sea Fury G-SEAF in tar­get tug days as D-GACY

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