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    RAF Cold War Attributed 27 Squadron Vulcan Bomber Pilots Pilot Wings.

    RAF Cold War Attributed 27 Squadron Vulcan Bomber Pilots Pilot Wings.

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    RAF Cold War Attributed 27 Squadron Vulcan Bomber Pilots Pilot Wings.

    This grouping of flying suit badges are attributed to Flight Lieutenant Ian Scott.
    Comprising:
    Named Pilot Wings
    Squadron crest.
    Squadron Dumbo flying suit badge.

    All have been worn. Also a photograph of Vulcan XH563 making a low pass over a Royal Navy Ship, possibly flown by Scott.

    Flight Lieutenant Ian Scott passed through Cranwell in 1971. Qualifying as a Pilot he converted to the Vulcan bomber and served with 27 Squadron and 617 Squadron. He also flew the Nimrod and in 1978 was selected to take part in the Fincastle Competition representing the RAF in an aircraft of 201 Squadron. In 19080 he was serving at RAF Leeming and also served as an Instructor with 1 Squadron of the Basic Flying Training School Cranwell. He is also noted as an active member of the Vulcan Restoration Trust and was one of the crew members who demonstrated the bomber on taxing displays.

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    Additional Information

    Code

    20615

    Period

    Mid 20th Century

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