Royal Air Force Typhoon Jet Fighter

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    An 11 Squadron Typhoon from Royal Air Force Coningsby accelerates and climbs rapidly during a training sortie.

    Along with the Tornado F3, the Typhoon plays a critical role in the Air Defence of the UK and the Falkland Islands. The aircraft are held at a continuous ground readiness and crews are prepared to take off within minutes should a potential threat be identified.

    The Royal Air Force has celebrated the production of some of its finest imagery during the annual Royal Air Force photographic competition 2010, culminating in an awards ceremony at the historic Royal Air Force Club in London.

    This image was Highly Commended in the 2010 RAF Photographic Competition.
    This image is available for non-commercial, high resolution download at www.defenceimages.mod.uk subject to terms and conditions. Search for image number 45152009.jpg
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    Photographer: SAC Andrew Seaward
    Image 45152009.jpg from www.defenceimages.mod.uk

    Mrs Airwolfhound, Emma-V, ClaWeD One, and 40 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Richard Bradshaw1 42 months ago | reply

      Fabulous shot of sheer power and might.

    2. Scottie F & Family 42 months ago | reply

      SAC Seaward, fantastic shot; well done and highly deserved of the commendation in the 2010 competition.

    3. The GAP Man 42 months ago | reply

      Great photo. What post production was used on the image?

    4. A.D.Shippin 42 months ago | reply

      I am impressed!!!

    5. Andrew Seaward 42 months ago | reply

      Very little to be honest. A little shadow/Highlights and basic levels. Maybe a touch of the 'Diffuse Glow' filter.

    6. neil godbold photo 42 months ago | reply

      Like it, will post my best shot of Tornado on my page;-)

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