Acclaimed as the RAF's most famous formation aerobatic display team, the 'Reds' - as they are affectionately known - have attracted a truly international following. Here is the story of the Red Arrows, from their tentative beginnings as the Yellowjacks flying Folland Gnats in 1964, through the formation of the Red Arrows in 1965 to their conversion to the scarlet-painted BAe Hawks that they fly today.Über den Autor:
PETER R. MARCH is an aviation author, photographer and journalist. He is the editor of the RAF Yearbook for the RAF Charitable Trust/Royal International Air Tattoo, a regular contributing editor to Aircraft Illustrated and Pilot magazines, editor of Ian Allan's annual abc Military Aircraft Markings, and author of more than fifty books in his own right on aviation subjects, including The Concorde Story (2005) and The Spitfire Story (2006) for Sutton. He lives in Bristol.
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