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LGM Podcast: The Cold War RAF

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Nine Lightning F.1s of No.74 Squadron display at the 1961 SBAC show, Farnborough. By TSRL – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=6111208

Of which Royal Air Force aircraft can it be said “it’s fair to compare it to the actor Keanu Reeves, because It’s so good looking and has such impeccable manners, people forgive its limitations?” Find out in today’s podcast, as I speak with Joe Coles, the founder and proprietor of the Hush-Kit aviation blog. Most of you should be familiar with the Hush-Kit, as I often link to it in NatSec Roundups. The over-arching topic of our conversation is Joe’s list of the Top Ten Most Important RAF aircraft of the Cold War. It’s funny, it’s informative, and most of all it’s about planes. If you enjoy, throw a buck at Hush Kit’s patreon, or (even better), invest in volume two of the Hush-Kit Book of Warplanes. Volume one will also be available soon…

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