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Air Display Museum

A Collection celebrating air displays,aerobatics, test flying, and all things aeronautical.

About the site
54 Squadron
Arlett Dan
Army Air Corps Historic A
Arundell Andy
Asas de Portugal
Aspden Alec
Bacon George
Banfield Tony
BBMF extras
Biggin Hill
Black Arrows
Black Cats
Black Eagles
Blue Angels
Blue Angels Extra
Blue Chips
Blue Eagles
Blue Eagles Extras
Blue Eagles photos.
Blue Herons
Blue Impulse
Bothelin Jacques
Breitling Fighters.
Canadian Warplane Heritag
Chinook Display
Collins Pete
Competition Aerobatics
Davies Phil
Deacon Allan
Diables Rouge
F15 West Coast
F16 East Coast
Farley John
Farnborough Airshow
Flying Jokers
Frecce Tricolori
Frecce Tricolori Extras
Freer Sir Robert
Garside Beattie Les
Greenham Common
Ground Acts
Hanna Ray
Harold Anthony
Harrier Display
Harvard Display Team
Haydon Baillie O
Hercules Display
Hewitt Ian
Howley Tony
Jaguar Display
Jones Laura
Jones Peter
Karo As
Lee Bob
Linton Blades
Long Patrick
Lygo Sir Raymond
Marson Andy
Masefield Barry
McAuley George
Meeson Phil
Merchant Eddie
Merlin Display Team
Mig Test Pilots
Mirage 2000
Moss Chris
Norman Spiney
Other Suits
Paris Air Show
Patrouille de France
Patrouille de France Extr
Patrouille Swiss
Patrulla Aguila
Perrin David
Red Arrows
Red Arrows Brochures
Red Arrows Brochures 2
Red Arrows covers
Red Arrows Extras
Red Arrows Gnats
Red Barons
Red Checkers
Red Indians
Red Pelicans
Rothmans Aerobatic Team
Rothmans biographies
Rothmans Information
Royal Naval Historic Flt
Rumens Kev
Russian Swifts
Sally B
Seward Dave
Shaw Phil
Silver Birds
Silver Eagles
Silver Stars
Simmonds Barrie
Snowbirds Extras
Stow Mike
Taylor John
Tempest Barry
Thunder Tigers
Tiger Club
Tornado F3 Display
Typhoon Display Team
Underwood Steve
Vintage Pair
Vulcan Display Flight
Williams Sam
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
Tony Banfield.
Squadron Leader Tony Banfield suit as leader of the BBMF, and the Lancaster pilot.
Tony joined the RAF in 1956, after tours as co-pilot and captain flying the Valiant with 49 and 543 Squadrons, he became a Qualified Flying Instructor on Gnats and Jet Provosts.
After a staff tour at HQ Training Command he flew Victor tankers at Marham as 214 Squadron Q.F.I. and pilot leader before returning to instructing as O.C. Standards Squadron at RAF Linton-on-Ouse. Following a year as a student at the Empire Test Pilots School in 1980 he served as a test pilot-becoming senior pilot- on B Squadron at Boscombe Down before joining the BBMF in 1985, at this time he had over 7,500 hours and had flown 38 types of aircraft.
See Tonys separate page.
Tony Banfields BBMF helmet.
 Jim Baddeley.
Jim Baddeley was another Lancaster pilot.
Sqn Ldr Clive Rowley, suit from 2002/3 seasons. 
Name sadly unpicked.
Clive Rowley joined the RAF in 1970, after training he flew the Lightning with 19 Sqn at RAF Gutersloh, Germany. Later he became a Qualified Flying Instructor, flying the Bulldog and the Hawk on 2 Tactical Weapons Unit. He then returned to the Lightning at RAF Binbrook flying with 5, 11, and as Officer Commanding the Lightning Training Flight. In 1987 he was posted to RAF Coningsby flying the Tornado F3 as a flight commander with 5 Squadron. He also flew the F3 with F3 Operations Evaluations Unit. He then joined 56(R) Squadron as an instructor, ending up with over 3,000 hours on the F3. He joined the BBMF in 1996, becoming the BBMFs Chipmunk Qualified Flying Instructor. By 2003 he had a total of over 6,900 flying hours including over 300 hours on the Hurricane and Spitfire.
Scott Toomer
Scott joined the RAF in 1988. After completing  Air Loadmaster training he was posted to RAF Lyneham on Hercules followed by a tour on 24 Squadron, returning to LM school in 1992 to convert to the rotary wing specialisation. Following crewman training at Shawbury a move to 72 Squadron at Aldergrove on Wessex HC Mk2 until 1995, and then on to the Chinook of 18 Squadron based in Germany, followed by VC10s of 10 Squadron at Brize Norton. He became an instructor on 3FTS in 2001, at that time having 4300 flying hours. He joined the BBMF as a Air Loadmaster on the Dakota in 2002.
Also see Tony Howleys page.