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Hawker Sea Fury-Hitler's Secret Weapons | World War II Fighters
 
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The Hawker Sea Fury was a British fighter aircraft developed for the Royal Navy by Hawker during the Second World War. The last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, it was also one of the fastest production single piston-engined aircraft ever built. Exported to a number of countries, it acquitted itself well in the Korean War even against the MiG-15 jet aircraft.[2] The Hawker Fury was an evolutionary successor to the successful Hawker Typhoon and Tempest fighters and fighter-bombers of World War II. The Fury was designed in 1942 by Sydney Camm, the famous Hawker designer, to meet the Royal Air Force's requirement for a lightweight Tempest Mk.II replacement. Developed as the "Tempest Light Fighter", the semi-elliptical wing of the Tempest was incorporated, shortened in span, at the root, by one frame bay on each side.[3][4] The fuselage itself was similar to the Tempest, but fully monocoque with a higher cockpit for better visibility.[5] The Air Ministry was sufficiently impressed by the design to write Specification F.2/43 around the concept.[6] Six prototypes were ordered; two were to be powered by Rolls-Royce Griffon engines, two with Centaurus XXIIs, one with a Centaurus XII and one as a test structure. The first Fury to fly, on 1 September 1944, was NX798 with a Centaurus XII with rigid engine mounts, powering a Rotol four-blade propeller. Second on 27 November 1944 was LA610, which had a Griffon 85 and Rotol six-blade contra-rotating propeller. By now development of the Fury and Sea Fury was closely interlinked so that the next prototype to fly was a Sea Fury, SR661, described under "Naval Conversion." NX802 (25 July 1945) was the last Fury prototype, powered by a Centaurus XV. With the ending of the Second World War in Europe, the RAF Fury contract was cancelled and development centred on the Sea Fury. LA610 was eventually fitted with a Napier Sabre VII, which was capable of developing 3,400-4,000 hp (2,535-2,983 kW). As a result it became the fastest piston-engined Hawker aircraft, reaching a speed of around 485 mph (780 km/h).[7] (although a de-militarised Sea Fury holds the unofficial speed-record for a piston-engined aircraft in level flight at 547 mph[citation needed]).
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HAWKER SEAFURY Low, Loud & Fast
 
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Ultimate Seafury Video! Hawker Seafury FB.11 at the Flugplatzfest Albstadt-Degerfeld 2018. Aircraft has a Wright R2800 with 2400hp. Had a R3350 before, but switched to the 2800 because of economic and reliability reasons. Pilot, Bruno Ducreux, did a fantastic job flying this beast. Also, thanks for letting me sit in the fury for a few minutes. Great Guy! Also, special thanks to Guido Voss for allowing me to film in and around the flightline. Airshow web page: https://flugplatzfest.lsv-degerfeld.de/ Airshow Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FlugplatzfestAlbstadtDegerfeld/?fb_dtsg_ag=AdwLoW-Jhk_cknpRdKil1jy00aVRDoth882W2eWjB6HyvQ%3AAdyrLwv02vtlmKEkiX8a72TrsZEHWqOKcG_lsDlMr7801g Music: The 126ers - The Low Seas
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Hawker Sea Fury & Grumman Bearcat
 
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Anglia Aircraft Restorations Hawker Sea Fury ISS, SR661, G-CBEL and The Fighter Collection's Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat, G-RUMM, practicing together for their paired aerobatic display, on the Friday before the Flying Legends 2017 Airshow at The Imperial War Museum, Duxford Hawker Sea Fury ISS (G-CBEL) Operator: Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd Year of Manufacture: 1953 Powered by: Bristol Centaurus XVIII Colour Scheme: Royal Navy prototype SR661 This Fury, construction number 37539 was produced by Hawker’s as a Fury ISS – Iraqi Single Seat for the Iraqi Air Force, as part of contract number 53/1/012 for 60 aircraft, and was numbered 315 within this production batch. The aircraft was bought to Orlando, Florida, USA from Iraq in 1979 by Ed Jurist and David C Tallichet. In 1989 the aircraft passed to Laws/Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman, Texas where it was rebuilt to airworthy condition, before flying again in April 1991, registered as N36SF. The Fury was then shipped to the UK in September 1991, passing into the ownership of John Bradshaw at Wroughton until 2009. During this time the aircraft flew in the markings of a Dutch Navy and latterly Royal Australian Navy aircraft marked as 361 and on the UK Civil Register as G-CBEL. She was then exported to Australia where she was registered as VH-SFW. She was imported back into the UK by her new owners, Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. and was re-registered again as G-CBEL. The aircraft has been refurbished and repainted, by Air Leasing Ltd, in the colours of one of Hawker’s Sea Fury prototypes coded SR661, which was a modified Fury Mk.II with a tail hook fitted, but without the folding wings included on subsequent production Sea Fury’s. Grumman F8F-2P Bearcat G-RUMM The Bearcat design was the Grumman response to the US Navy’s request in the latter war years for a fast responsive fighter to be deployed in the Pacific Theatre. The type did not see operational service during the Second World War as the conflict had ended before they saw combat service. It was however used to great effect in French Indo-China by the French Air Force. The Bearcat could out perform many early Jet fighter aircraft of the period. The Fighter Collection aircraft was built in 1948 and taken on charge in August of that year by the US Navy. She served at a number of Naval Air Stations before undergoing modification to F8F-2P standard in 1952. Following further Navy service she was finally struck off charge in January 1957. She passed through two sets of private owners in the US, the first between 1957 and 1972, and the second until 1981. It was under this second private ownership that she underwent a full overhaul and flew once again in 1975. It was in 1981 that the Bearcat joined what was to become The Fighter Collection and she has gone on to be the longest serving member of their fleet. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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Hawker Fury II, SR661, G-CBEL - Flown by Paul Bonhomme
 
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Paul Bonhomme flying Anglia Aircraft Restorations 1953 Bristol Centaurus XVII engined, Hawker Fury Mk.II, SR661, G-CBEL. The aircraft is seen here being prepped and taking off for the East Midlands Airshow at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire on Saturday 19th May 2018. This Fury, construction number 37539 was produced by Hawker’s as a Fury ISS – Iraqi Single Seat for the Iraqi Air Force, as part of contract number 53/1/012 for 60 aircraft, and was numbered 315 within this production batch. The aircraft was bought to Orlando, Florida, USA from Iraq in 1979 by Ed Jurist and David C Tallichet. In 1989 the aircraft passed to Laws/Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman, Texas where it was rebuilt to airworthy condition, before flying again in April 1991, registered as N36SF. The Fury was then shipped to the UK in September 1991, passing into the ownership of John Bradshaw at Wroughton until 2009. During this time the aircraft flew in the markings of a Dutch Navy and latterly Royal Australian Navy aircraft marked as 361 and on the UK Civil Register as G-CBEL. She was then exported to Australia where she was registered as VH-SFW. She was imported back into the UK by her new owners, Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. and was re-registered again as G-CBEL. The aircraft has been refurbished and repainted, by Air Leasing Ltd, in the colours of one of Hawker’s Sea Fury prototypes coded SR661, which was a modified Fury Mk.II with a tail hook fitted, but without the folding wings included on subsequent production Sea Fury’s. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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Navy Historic Flight Video HAWKER SEA FURY
 
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A detailed documentary on the Hawker Sea Fury. I apologize for the problem of sound, don´t be afraid if you hear sometimes a diabolical voice, it´s not the consequence of a paranormal activity but because a default due to an old video tape.
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Hawker Sea Fury T20 WG655 GN 910
 
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Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2018 Malcolm Auld Support this channel at https://www.patreon.com/Wings_YouTube Written off 14/7/1990: Force-landed into a field at Castle Cary, near Bruton, Somerset shortly after take off from Yeovilton due to engine failure. Unfortunately however, the field had a slight slope and the aircraft began to turn. Naturally, in the middle of 150 acres of open countryside, there were two large oak trees, and the aircraft and crew found themselves heading straight towards them. The port wing of the aircraft struck the first tree, which resulted in the fuselage swinging between the two trees. Consequently the starboard wing and cockpit side struck the second tree, severed the port wing and split the fuselage in two. Pilot John Beattie was virtually unhurt, but his air-crewman, Chief-Engineer Eric Young was not so lucky. He suffered broken ribs and a dislocated shoulder. The two crew escaped with minor injuries. Caused by fatigue failure of the No 2 connecting rod eye end causing total destruction of the front bank of cylinders. The accident investigation proved that it was engine failure, and it was thought to be unlikely that WG655 would ever fly again. The remains went initially to New Zealand where the wing folding mechanism wound up in Fury ZK-SFR. Chuck Greenhill, who houses his fine collection of aircraft at Kenosha, Wisconsin, has always had an interest in aircraft with Naval connections. He purchased the remains and had them shipped to Kenosha where Tim McCarter and his crew went to work. After thousands of man-hours, the project began to look like a Sea Fury, but with the other aircraft projects in the hangar it was decided to ship the plane to Sanders Aeronautics, the "Sea Fury Kings", for completion. On May 24, 2005 Brian Sanders took N20MD (still in FAA markings as 'GN/910') up for a successful first post-restoration flight - the first time the aircraft had flown in 15 years. paypal.me/WingsYouTube
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Hawker Fury Mk I
 
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Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2015 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. Please help to support this channel by subscribing. Hawker Fury Mk.I (G-CBZP), K5674, manufacturers serial 41H/67550. The Hawker Fury is widely regarded as the epitome of biplane fighter development and arguably the most beautiful biplane ever created. Powered by a 525hp Rolls Royce Kestrel IIS V-12 supercharged, water-cooled engine, there are no other known survivors anywhere in the world and thus the aircraft can claim to be unique. It was acquired from South Africa in 1994 after a tip-off from the RAF Museum. The aircraft was delivered to 2 ASU on 20 November 1935 and then to 43 Sqn at RAF Tangmere on 2 June 1936. F/O F.E. Rosier, later to become Air Chief Marshal Sir Frederick Rosier GCB, CBE, DSO, recorded in his log that the aircraft was his aircraft whilst he was O.C. B Flight between December 1936 and January 1939. It was called ‘Queen of North and South’. He first flew it on 9 December 1936 and his last flight was on 22 February 1939 when the comment in his log was ‘Last fling in Queen of North and South. Perfect’. After periods at 5 MU and 47 MU the aircraft is recorded ‘to South Africa 5 August 1940’. The aircraft arrived in Durban on 'Clan Mathieso' on 20 October 1940. On 15 March 1941 the aircraft, now with the serial number 215, was taken on charge by 13 Squadron (soon to be renumbered 43) based at Swartkop. On 31 March 1941 it ran out of fuel and force landed near Pitsani whilst being flown by 2/Lt Peter M. Hedley. The pilot suffered no injuries but the aircraft suffered Cat 2 damage. Records show the aircraft being stored before being delivered to No.2 Air Depot Kimberley where it was scrapped. Restoration was started in earnest in 1992, with the first challenge being to re-manufacture the spars, which are a complex roll-formed item manufactured from high tensile steel strip. Without this extremely difficult part being successfully re-made there would have been no point in going further forward, as Retrotec (the restoration arm of Aero Vintage and Historic Aircraft Collection Ltd. (HAC) were only prepared to restore the aircraft if it could be 100% authentic down to the smallest detail. Over the next 15 years all the engineering challenges were overcome as the restoration progressed. We were fortunate that a period photograph of the aircraft that we were lent by David Rosier (ACM Sir F Rosier's son) helped us restore the paint scheme exactly as it was in 1937. The Fury made its first post restoration flight from Goodwood (as close as we could get to Tangmere) on the 30th July 2012.
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Amazing Hawker Sea Fury T20 Display
 
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Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2013 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. The Hawker Sea Fury was a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker. The type is distinctive due to it being not only the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, it is also one of the fastest production single piston-engined aircraft ever built. Developed during the Second World War, the Sea Fury has many similarities to Hawker's preceding Tempest fighter; the type had several qualities that made it more suitable for carrier operations, being a lighter aircraft and the pilot having a significantly improved field of view. Introduced to operational service in October 1945, too late to participate in the war itself, the Sea Fury would slowly supplant older fighters used by the Royal Navy such as the Supermarine Seafire. The Sea Fury also attracted international orders, in both carrier and land-based roles, and was exported to a number of countries including Australia, Canada, Pakistan, and Cuba. The type acquitted itself well in the Korean War, fighting effectively even against the innovative MiG-15 jet aircraft. Although typically retired from military service across the 1950s, a considerable number of aircraft have remained airworthy into the 21st Century as heritage and racing aircraft.
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Hawker Sea Fury - G-CBEL/SR661
 
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This aircraft (construction number 37539) was produced by Hawker's as a Fury ISS (Iraqi Single Seat) for the Iraqi Air Force, as part of contract number 53/1/012 for 60 aircraft, and was numbered 315 within this production batch. The aircraft was recovered to Orlando, Florida, USA from Iraq in 1979 by Ed Jurist and David C Tallichet. In 1989 the aircraft passed to W.R. Laws/Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman,Texas where it was rebuilt to airworthy condition, before flying again in April 1991, registered as N36SF. The Fury was then shipped to the UK in September 1991, passing into the ownership of John Bradshaw at Wroughton until 2009. During this time the aircraft flew in the hybrid markings of a Dutch Navy and latterly Royal Australian Navy aircraft marked as 361 and on the UK Civil Register as G-CBEL. She was then exported to Australia where it was registered as VH-SFW. Recently imported back into the UK by her new owners, Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. she has been re registered again as G-CBEL. The aircraft has been refurbished and repainted, by Air Leasing Ltd, in the colours of one of Hawker's Sea Fury prototypes coded SR661, which was a modified Fury Mk.II with a tail hook fitted, but without the folding wings included on subsequent production Sea Fury's. The aircraft is currently based with Weald Aviation Services Ltd at North Weald Airfield, Essex. History: Delivered to Iraqi AF as 315, 19??. Ed Jurist & David C. Tallichet, Orlando, FL, 1979. - Registered as N36SF. - Recovered from Iraq. - Stored dismantled in Orlando, FL. Ed Jurist/Vintage Aircraft International, Nyack, NY, August 1979-1988. - Restored to airworthy, Coleman, TX. - First flight, April 1991. - Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2015 Stephen Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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Hawker Sea Fury incredible display Hahnweide 2013
 
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Wunderschönes Display der Hawker Sea Fury Sea am Samstag auf der Hahnweide 2013. Die Rauchentwickler an den Flügelspitzen zaubern beeindruckende Bilder am Himmel, auch wenn das im Video nicht gut sichtbar ist. Ich habe mich beim Filmen lieber auf das Flugzeug konzentriert, was schwierig genug sein kann. Die Hawker Sea Fury ist eines der schnellsten propellergetriebenen Jagtflugzeuge, ausgestattet mit einem Wright R-3350 Motor mit 2.480PS. Die Leistung wurde bei dieser Rennmaschine auf 2900PS gesteigert. Einfach zurücklehnen und genießen! Beautiful display of the Hawker Sea Fury Sea on Saturday at Hahnweide 2013. The smoke generators on the wingtips make nice pictures in the sky, even if it is not visible in the video. I prefer to concentrate at filming the plane, which can be difficult enough. The Hawker Sea Fury is one of the fastest propeller fighters, equipped with a Wright R-3350 engine with 2.480PS. The output has been increased in this modified racing aircraft to 2900PS. Just sit back and enjoy!
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Flightline 1200mm Hawker Sea Fury Flight Review
 
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Flightline presents its Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 in the livery of a VX730/109/K of the 805 NAS, Korea 1951. Constructed using EPO foam, this model uses carbon tubes and plastic parts to reinforce the removable wings and control surfaces. Screws allow the wing and elevator to be easily removed. The four panel split flaps are reinforced with lite plywood, and the fuel tanks can be glued on at the owner's discretion. To maximize performance efficiency, Flightline’s Sea Fury features a four bladed propeller and 580kv motor to achieve satisfying scale performance at 135kph/83mph speeds. An optional two bladed power system (sold separately) can be purchased to reach 150kph/93mph level speeds on the same 4s 14.8v battery.
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Hawker Fury II/Sea Fury, SR661, G-CBEL - Shuttleworth 'Fly Navy' Airshow 2017
 
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Anglia Aircraft Restorations superb Hawker Fury II, SR661, G-CBEL displaying at the Shuttleworth 'Fly Navy' Airshow 2017. This Sea Fury, construction number 37539 was produced by Hawker’s as a Fury ISS – Iraqi Single Seat for the Iraqi Air Force, as part of contract number 53/1/012 for 60 aircraft, and was numbered 315 within this production batch. The aircraft was bought to Orlando, Florida, USA from Iraq in 1979 by Ed Jurist and David C Tallichet. In 1989 the aircraft passed to Laws/Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman, Texas where it was rebuilt to airworthy condition, before flying again in April 1991, registered as N36SF. The Fury was then shipped to the UK in September 1991, passing into the ownership of John Bradshaw at Wroughton until 2009. During this time the aircraft flew in the markings of a Dutch Navy and latterly Royal Australian Navy aircraft marked as 361 and on the UK Civil Register as G-CBEL. She was then exported to Australia where she was registered as VH-SFW. She was imported back into the UK by her new owners, Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. and re-registered again as G-CBEL. The aircraft has been refurbished and repainted, by Air Leasing Ltd, in the colours of one of Hawker’s Sea Fury prototypes coded SR661, which was a modified Fury Mk.II with a tail hook fitted, but without the folding wings included on subsequent production Sea Fury’s. The aircraft is currently based at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Cambridgeshire, UK. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 Stephen Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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Hawker Sea Fury T.20 -  Shuttleworth Fly Navy Airshow 2018
 
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Lieutenant Commander Chris Götke, AFC, RN, commanding officer of The Royal Navy Historic Flight, displaying the Fly Navy Heritage Trust's Hawker Sea Fury T.20, VX281,G-RNHF, in the sky above Old Warden Aerodrome, Bedfordshire, during the Shuttleworth Fly Navy Airshow 2018. VX281 was the second of sixty Sea Fury T.20 aircraft built as weapons trainers for the Fleet Air Arm. Delivered to the Royal Navy in early 1950 she served with 736 and 738 Naval Air Squadrons at RNAS Culdrose to conduct pilot training for the front-line Sea Fury units. However, following an accident in mid 1950 and subsequent repair she saw no further Royal Naval use, instead being sold to the West German Government in 1960 as a target-towing aircraft. Finally retired in 1974 she was bought by warbird collector Doug Arnold who, in 1977, sold the aircraft to Spencer Flack who based the aircraft at Elstree. Flack operated the Sea Fury until July 1980 exporting her to the USA. There then followed a series of changes in ownership: to Liberty Aero Corps at Santa Monica in March 1988; to Wally Fisk’s Amjet Aircraft Corporation at St.Paul, Minnesota by September 1993 and finally to Ed Zager’s Zager Aircraft Corporation in California in July 2000. In 2007 the aircraft was purchased and shipped to the UK. The job of re-assembling and testing the aircraft was given to Kennet Aviation who rebuilt VX281 (registered as G-RNHF), finally being awarded its Permit to Fly in February 2011. Now owned by Naval Aviation Limited (the business arm of the Fly Navy Heritage Trust), the aircraft is loaned to the RNHF to perform at Air Shows as well as carrying out conversion training for RNHF pilots moving up to the single seat Sea Fury VR930. VR930 is currently not airworthy as it needs its Bristol Centaurus engine to be rebuilt or replaced! VX281 is currently painted in the markings of Sea Fury F.10 TF912 '120/VL' of 799 NAS/50th Training Air Group, based at RNAS Yeovilton in 1949. Following an emergency landing at RNAS Culdrose Air Day in 2014, for which Lt. Cmdr. Götke was awarded the Air Force Cross (AFC), the aircraft airframe was repaired and a refurbished engine fitted in order to return her to flight during the early autumn of 2017. The Hawker Fury was designed to a RAF requirement for a ‘light Tempest’, which they had found to be very effective as a ground attack aircraft. A lighter version, it was argued, would make a good fighter. The Fury was built in the same general arrangement as the Hawker Tempest but with a reduced wingspan and with the Tempest II’s Bristol Centaurus engine, the first production aircraft flying in 1946. With the end of the Second World War, the RAF decided that they would not proceed with this aircraft in favour of waiting to re-equip with jets. At that time the Royal Navy felt that the operation of jet aircraft from ships flight decks was still something of an unknown quantity and instead specified a Naval variant of the Fury. Re-designed with a strong point for a catapult strop, an arrester hook, folding wings and high energy absorption undercarriage the Sea Fury entered Naval service in 1947 as the Sea Fury F.10 (Fighters). Like many aircraft of the day it could employ Rocket Assisted Take Off Gear to help a heavily laden aircraft achieve flying speed from the restricted length of a flight deck. The Sea Fury was the Fleet Air Arm's last piston-engined fighter to serve in front-line Squadrons. The prototype Sea Fury first flew on 21 February 1945 and carried out deck landing trials on HMS Ocean in October of that year. The first production aircraft (Mk.F.10) flew on 15 August 1946 and the first Squadron, No.807 Naval Air Squadron (NAS), re-equipped with F.10s at the Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in late 1947. The first Squadron to fly with the FB.11 variant, 802 NAS, re-formed in May 1948. In all, fifty Sea Fury F.10s were built, followed by 615 Sea Fury FB.11s (Fighter Bombers), the last of which came off the production line in November 1952. A 2-seat weapons trainer variant, the T.20, was also produced with the prototype flying in January 1948. Quite apart from the obvious addition of the rear cockpit fitted with duplicated controls, the T.20 differed from the F.10 and FB.11: the arrester hook and retractable tailwheel unit was were removed. Mounted between the front and rear cockpits a tripod periscope arrangement developed by Hawker enabled the instructor in the rear cockpit to see what the student in the front seat was viewing through his gyro gunsight. This was probably all the instructor could see as visibility from the rear cockpit is dire! Two of the Hispano Mk.5 20mm canon were also removed. 60 of these aircraft were built. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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Hawker Fury Mk II, SR661, G-CBEL - Duxford Battle of Britain Airshow 2017 (Day 2)
 
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Richard Grace flying Anglia Aircraft Restorations 1953 Bristol Centaurus XVII engined, Hawker Fury Mk.II, SR661, G-CBEL, on day 2 of the IWM Duxford Battle of Britain Airshow 2017. This Fury, construction number 37539 was produced by Hawker’s as a Fury ISS – Iraqi Single Seat for the Iraqi Air Force, as part of contract number 53/1/012 for 60 aircraft, and was numbered 315 within this production batch. The aircraft was bought to Orlando, Florida, USA from Iraq in 1979 by Ed Jurist and David C Tallichet. In 1989 the aircraft passed to Laws/Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman, Texas where it was rebuilt to airworthy condition, before flying again in April 1991, registered as N36SF. The Fury was then shipped to the UK in September 1991, passing into the ownership of John Bradshaw at Wroughton until 2009. During this time the aircraft flew in the markings of a Dutch Navy and latterly Royal Australian Navy aircraft marked as 361 and on the UK Civil Register as G-CBEL. She was then exported to Australia where she was registered as VH-SFW. She was imported back into the UK by her new owners, Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. and was re-registered again as G-CBEL. The aircraft has been refurbished and repainted, by Air Leasing Ltd, in the colours of one of Hawker’s Sea Fury prototypes coded SR661, which was a modified Fury Mk.II with a tail hook fitted, but without the folding wings included on subsequent production Sea Fury’s. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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Hawker Sea Fury "September Fury" - Race 232 Reno 2013
 
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Robert "Hoot" Gibson ripping off a blistering 479mph qual speed in the Hawker Sea Fury, September Fury (Fastest qual speed for a Sea Fury ever) during the 2013 National Championship Air Races held in Reno NV.
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Hawker Sea Fury - Awesome Footage of the fastest piston fighter ever
 
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Hawker Seafury - Ultra High Quality Footage of this Warbird. 4K Video with HQ Sound from Rode Videomic Pro. The Sea Fury was the fastest warbird ever.
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Hawker Sea Fury take off  & low flyby with 2400 hp - Albstadt Degerfeld 2018
 
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Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 F-AZXJ flown by Bruno Ducreux take off and one last flyby before flying home to france .. late evening what an amazing plane with an 2400hp Wright R-2800 engine ... just for the sound!
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Hawker Sea Fury VH-SHF Wanaka 2002
 
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Nigel Arnot displays Sea Fury VH-SHF (formally ZK-SFR) at Warbirds over Wanaka 2002. On completion of the airshow Nigel flew it back to Australia making it's 7th Tasman crossing. Included are 8 minutes of warm-up/run-up for true Centaurus fans.
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Hawker Fury II (ISS), SR661, G-CBEL -  Shuttleworth Fly Navy Airshow 2018
 
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Anglia Aircraft Restorations ex Iraqi Air Force Hawker Fury II ISS (Iraqi Single Seat), G-CBEL, SR661, displaying at Old Warden Aerodrome during the Shuttleworth Fly Navy Airshow 2018. This Sea Fury, construction number 37539 was produced by Hawker’s as a Fury ISS – Iraqi Single Seat for the Iraqi Air Force, as part of contract number 53/1/012 for 60 aircraft, and was numbered 315 within this production batch. Although 10 of the single seat aircraft for this contract were actually former Royal Navy FB.10 or FB.11s that were converted, this airframe was built by Hawkers as new but without any of the nasalised features of the Sea Fury - amongst other things both the tail hook and folding wings were not incorporated. The aircraft was bought to Orlando, Florida, USA from Iraq in 1979 by Ed Jurist and David C Tallichet. In 1989 the aircraft passed to Laws/Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman, Texas where it was rebuilt to airworthy condition, before flying again in April 1991, registered as N36SF. The Fury was then shipped to the UK in September 1991, passing into the ownership of John Bradshaw at Wroughton until 2009. During this time the aircraft flew in the markings of a Dutch Navy and latterly Royal Australian Navy aircraft marked as 361 and on the UK Civil Register as G-CBEL. She was then exported to Australia where she was registered as VH-SFW. She was imported back into the UK by her new owners, Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. she was re-registered again as G-CBEL. The aircraft has been refurbished and repainted, by Air Leasing Ltd, in the colours of one of Hawker’s Sea Fury prototypes coded SR661, which was a modified Fury Mk.II with a tail hook fitted, but without the folding wings included on subsequent production Sea Fury’s. The aircraft is currently based at IWM Duxford. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2018 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
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Dwelle Hawker Sea Fury  First Flight
 
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First flight of Dwelle's restored 1953 Hawker Sea Fury. July 1, 2017. Auburn Airport, CA.
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Hawker Seafury BEST SOUND EVER !!!
 
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Turn up the volume ! Hawker Seafury at 2012 Breitscheid Airshow.
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Hawker Sea Fury crash landing at Air Show
 
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A pilot flying an historic fighter plane was forced to make a dramatic crash landing in front of thousands of airshow spectators today. White smoke could be seen coming from the engine of the Royal Navy Historic Flight's Hawker Sea Fury at the Air Day at RNAS Culdrose in Cornwall. The aircraft, which was in the middle of a display, started to experience problems as it was coming in to land and moments later it hit the runway 'hard' before spinning on to grass in front of stunned onlookers. Website: http://www.outofcontrolvideos.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Out-Of-Control-Videos/278681862240420 Twitter (latest Videos): https://twitter.com/OFC_videos Royalty Free Music by: http://www.audiomicro.com/royalty-free-music
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Hawker Sea Fury display New Zealand 1993.
 
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Hawker Sea Fury display by owner/pilot Robby Booth at Hamilton Airport North Island New Zealand during an Air Show February 1993
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Hawker Sea Fury Reno Unlimited Air Racer- WHAT AN AIR-MACHINE !
 
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This video is of Rod Lewis' highly modified Hawker Sea Fury ("September Fury") taken at the Planes of Fame Museum at Chino airport, California. Steve Hinton is the pilot. The Sea Fury was a British shipboard fighter plane in the late 1940s and early 1950s. This aircraft now has an approximately 3,800 horsepower Wright 18-cylinder engine to replace the original 18-cylinder Bristol Centaurus. WOW! It has a custom-designed "boil off" oil-cooling system designed by Pete Law (head of thermodynamics for the Lockheed SR-71 program, among many others). This aircraft has been clocked at 508 miles-per-hour on the Reno, Nevada race course. Very great stuff!
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SUPER SCALE RC Hawker SEA FURY Naval FIGHTER BOMBER (Moki Radial Engine)
 
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SUPER SCALE RC Hawker SEA FURY Naval FIGHTER BOMBER (Moki Radial Engine) Tony Hooper gives a superb demonstration of his Moki radial engine powered Hawker Sea Fury to the crowd at the Large Model Association East Kirkby Show. Gorgeous sound from that radial engine. The Hawker Sea Fury is a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker. It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and one of the fastest production single seat piston-engined aircraft ever built.[2] Developed during the Second World War, the Sea Fury entered service two years after the war ended. The Sea Fury proved to be a popular aircraft with a number of overseas militaries, and was used during the Korean War in the early 1950s, as well as against the 1961 Bay of Pigs Invasion of Cuba. Filmed at the Large Model Association (LMA) East Kirkby Show 2018 using the Panasonic AG-UX180 4K pro camcorder by Dom Mitchell of 'Essential RC' YouTube channel. Don't forget to subscribe for regular 'Essential RC' action using this link http://www.youtube.com/c/EssentialRC?... News, Reviews and Regular FREE Giveaways at https://www.facebook.com/groups/essen... If you enjoy Essential RC then please consider contributing to the improvement of our future projects by visiting http://www.patreon.com/EssentialRC
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Hawker Sea Fury SD-369
 
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Copyright © 2010 Malcolm Auld This video and audio material may not be used in any form without written permission. The Hawker Fury was an evolutionary successor to the successful Hawker Typhoon and Tempest fighters and fighter-bombers of World War II. The Fury was designed in 1942 by Sydney Camm, the famous Hawker designer, to meet the Royal Air Force's requirement for a lightweight Tempest Mk.II replacement. Developed as the "Tempest Light Fighter", it used modified Tempest semi-elliptical outer wing panels, bolted and riveted together on the fuselage centerline. The fuselage itself was similar to the Tempest, but fully monocoque with a higher cockpit for better visibility. The Air Ministry was sufficiently impressed by the design to write Specification F.2/43 around the concept. Six prototypes were ordered; two were to be powered by Rolls Royce Griffon engines, two with Centaurus XXIIs, one with a Centaurus XII and one as a test structure. The first Fury to fly, on 1 September 1944, was NX798 with a Centaurus XII with rigid engine mounts, powering a Rotol four-blade propeller. Second on 27 November 1944 was LA610, which had a Griffon 85 and Rotol six-blade contra-rotating propeller. By now development of the Fury and Sea Fury was closely interlinked so that the next prototype to fly was a Sea Fury, SR661, described under "Naval Conversion." NX802 (25 July 1945) was the last Fury prototype, powered by a Centaurus XV. With the ending of the Second World War in Europe, the RAF Fury contract was cancelled and development centred on the Sea Fury. LA610 was eventually fitted with a Napier Sabre VII, which was capable of developing 3,400-4,000 hp (2,535-2,983 kW). As a result it became the fastest piston engined Hawker aircraft, reaching a speed of around 485 mph (780 km/h). Naval version In 1943, the design was modified to meet a Royal Navy request (N.7/43) for a carrier-based fighter. Boulton-Paul Aircraft were to make the conversion while Hawker continued work on the Air Force design. The first Sea Fury prototype, SR661, first flew at Langley, Berks, on 21 February 1945, powered by a Centaurus XII engine. This prototype had a "stinger"-type tailhook for arrested carrier landings, but lacked folding wings for storage. SR666, the second prototype, which flew on 12 October 1945, was powered by a Centaurus XV turning a new, five-bladed Rotol propeller and was built with folding wings. Specification N.7/43 was modified to N.22/43, now representing an order for 200 aircraft. Of these, 100 were to be built at Boulton-Paul. Both prototypes were undergoing carrier landing trials when the Japanese surrendered in 1945, ending development of the land-based Fury; work on the navalized Sea Fury continued. The original order to specification N.22/43 was reduced to 100 aircraft, and the Boulton-Paul agreement was cancelled. At the same time construction of what was intended to be a Boulton-Paul built Sea Fury prototype, VB857 was transferred to the Hawker factory at Kingston. This aircraft, built to the same standard as SR666, first flew on 31 January 1946. The first production model, the Sea Fury F Mk X (Fighter, Mk 10), flew in September 1946. Problems arose with damaged tailhooks during carrier landings; after modifications, the aircraft were approved for carrier landings in spring 1947.
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Hawker Seafury fast, low and loud - no announcer
 
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The Hawker Sea Fury shows high speed low passes, rolls, loopings and more awesome display. 4K UHD Video with awesome engine sound. No Announcer or commentator - pure Engine Sound. It had a R3350 cyclone engine before, but they switched to the 2800 because of beeing more reliable and cheaper. Pilot: Bruno Ducreux The Plane visited the Degerfeld Airshow from its Home which is near Dijon. The Operation is normally done by Christophe Jaquard (F-AZXJ) The Video show the engine start, taxi, takeoff, display flight, landing, taxi to the fuel station, another takeoff and lowpass flyby onroute to the homebase. The Hawker Sea Fury is a British fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Hawker. It was the last propeller-driven fighter to serve with the Royal Navy, and one of the fastest production single-seat reciprocating engine aircraft ever built. Developed during the Second World War, the Sea Fury entered service two years after the war ended Thanks Bruno for your visit. Some Technical Specs about the Sea Fury: Crew: One Length: 34 ft 8 in (10.56 m) Wingspan: 38 ft 4?3/4 in (11.69 m) Height: 15 ft 10?1/2 in (4.84 m) Wing area: 280 ft2 (26.01 m2) Empty weight: 9,240 lb (4,191 kg) Loaded weight: 12,350 lb (5,602 kg) Max. takeoff weight: 14,650 lb (6,645 kg) Powerplant: Pratt & Whitney R-2800 Double Wasp R-2800-18W: 1827 kW (2482 PS) Performance Maximum speed: 460 mph (400 knots, 740 km/h) at 18,000 ft (5,500 m) Range: 700 mi (609 nmi, 1,126 km) with internal fuel; 1,040 mi (904 nmi, 1,674 km) with two drop tanks Service ceiling: 35,800 ft (10,910 m) Rate of climb: 4,320 ft/min (21.9 m/s) Armament Guns: 4 × 20 mm (.79 in) Hispano Mk V cannon Rockets: 12 × 3 in (76.2 mm) rockets or Bombs: 2,000 lb (907 kg) of bombs Engine Type: 18-cylinder air-cooled twin-row radial engine with water injection Bore: 5.75 in (146.05 mm) Stroke: 6 in (152.4 mm) Displacement: 2,804.5 in³ (45.96 L) Length: 81.4 in (2,068 mm) Diameter: 52.8 in (1,342 mm) Dry weight: 2,360 lb (1,073 kg) Components Valvetrain: Poppet, two valves per cylinder Supercharger: Variable-speed (in F8F-2, unified with throttle via AEC automatic engine control), single-stage single-speed centrifugal type supercharger Fuel system: One Stromberg injection carburetor Fuel type: 100/130 octane gasoline Cooling system: Air-cooled Performance Power output: 2,482 ps (1,827 kW) @ 2,700 rpm
Views: 7773 Alleswasspassmacht
War Thunder SEA FURY MIG-15 KILLER! War Thunder Gameplay
 
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War Thunder SEA FURY MIG-15 KILLER! War Thunder Gameplay War Thunder BR Changes - http://tinylink.net/Ql5 War Thunder TOP 5 Epic Show - http://tinylink.net/Mrw Check out my 2nd CHANNEL - https://www.youtube.com/user/PhlyCast War Thunder Gameplay Playlist-- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyHMHoYvNF1s3JUIreGylaZ_kn12J_ySp War Thunder Top 5 Playlist -- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyHMHoYvNF1sgC1YtkQMn2nkQFFAXKOqN Intro Music -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLj-vovaGRs Connect With me!! In a more sensual way :) Follow me on Facebook!-- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Phlydaily/659125207468030 Follow me on Twitter!--https://twitter.com/PhlyDaily Follow me on Myspace!--http://tinyurl.com/2fcpre6
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Airfix 1/48 Hawker Sea Fury Full Build Part 1
 
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Part 1 of my full video build for the Airfix 1/48 Hawker Sea Fury FB.11. Kit number A06105. In this part I discuss a few of the minor issues that the kit has, build and paint the cockpit, weather the cockpit with oils, build up the engine and cowl and get the parts for the lower part of the wing together.
Hard Landing Hawker Sea Fury Mk.II - G-CBEL SR661 Scale RC Model Aircraft F4H
 
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Meiringen World Championship for Scale Model Aircraft 2018 Pilot Jan Doubrava Team Czech Republic Model Hawker Sea Fury Wingspan. 2.34 meter Length. 2.11 meter Weight. 14,4 KG MORE RC ........ , CLICK HERE: ....(Link copy) THANKS to my Partner POWER-LIPOs:http://www.onbo-power.com/ My social channels,follow me here: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/rc.jetheli TWITTER : https://twitter.com/RCHeliJet FACEBOOK-GROUP: https://www.facebook.com/rchelijetfan... INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/rchelijet.1/
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RNHF Sea Fury at Flying Legends 2014
 
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This clip of the Royal Navy Historic Flight Hawker Sea Fury T20 is from the official DVD & Blu-ray of the 2014 Flying Legends Airshow available at FlyingMachinesTV.co.uk. The aircraft was flown by Lt Cdr Chris Götke Royal Navy and the in-cockpit cameras were supplied by Jack Abbott. This aircraft suffered an issue recently and has been damaged after an emergency landing, to find out more and to help get her back in the air, please go to www.fnht.co.uk/t20-appeal.html
Views: 11677 FlyingMachinesTV
Hawker Fury FB11 and Grumman F8F Bearcat
 
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Hawker Fury FB11 and Grumman F8F Bearcat at Duxfords 'Meet the Fighters'. Sadly most of the event was rained off but was a massive pleasure to see these post war pistons!
Views: 12512 bannistator
Nice Sounding Sea Fury Flybys at Biggin Hill 2018
 
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The Sea Fury pilot really gave it some at Biggin hill, great to see and hear. The Bristol Centaurus engine sounds so good at full tilt 👌
Views: 5013 bobsurgranny
Dwelle Hawker Sea Fury Roars 1
 
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First run for N85SF in 10 years (13 years for the Curtis-Wright R-3350), Auburn Airport, CA on May 7, 2016; with taxi test on May 21, 2016. Restoration by the Dwelle family.
Views: 233533 rogerawhite
Hawker Fury Pair - Duxford Air Festival 2018
 
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The Fighter collections recently restored and Pratt & Witney re-engined, Hawker Sea Fury T Mk.20, WG655, G-CHFP flown by Brian Smith, displaying together with Anglia Aircraft Restorations Hawker Fury II, SR661, G-CBEL, flown by Richard Grace on the Saturday of the Duxford Air Festival 2018. Hawker Sea Fury T.20 WG655 (G-CHFP) • Year of Manufacture 1951 • Powered by one Pratt& Whitney R2800 • Colour scheme. Royal Navy WG655 Built at Hawkers, Kingston-upon-Thames with final assembly at Langley with serial No. WG655. Delivered 9.10.1951 to Anthorn for initial storage then to 781 Sqdn Lee-on-Solent 7.12.1951. Returned to RDU Anthorn and preserved 13.2.1952. Purchased by Hawker 27.4.1957 for conversion to Target Towing configuration. Sold to German MoD for TT operations) and registered D-CACU. Federal Republic of Germany c/o Ministry of Defence, operated by Deutscher Luftfahrt-Beratungsdienst (of Wiesbaden) on target-towing flights in Sigmaringen area, based on München-Riem airport. Operator changed to Rhein Flugzeubau (RFB) for operation in Todendorf-Putlos range in Baltic Sea, based at Lübeck from 1.1.1966. Undertook last flight of a German Sea Fury (Lübeck – Köln) on 12.11.1975 and stored at Köln airport. Withdrawn from use on 23.6.1976, unregistered and prepared for ferry to Royal Navy. Noted at RAF Colerne. To RNHF Yeovilton 29.6.1976 marked as 910/GN. Transported to RNAY Fleetlands 15.5.1985 for refinishing and initially returned to RNHF Yeovilton. Transported to Boscombe Down 14.5.1987. While flying with RNHF 14.7.1990 it suffered engine failure shortly after take-off and made a wheels-up forced landing in a field near Castle Cary. Fuselage broke into three sections on collision with tree. After the accident, the remains were inspected and deemed unrepairable then put up for disposal. The remains went initially to New Zealand with Grant Beal. Chuck Greenhill, Kenosha, Wisconsin, had always had an interest in aircraft with naval connections. He purchased the remains 17.8.1993 and had them shipped to Kenosha where Tim McCarter and his crew went to work. Re-Regd as N20MD. Nominally Re-Regd 12.9.2002 to Amphib Inc, Lake Zurich, Illinois. Shipped to Sanders Aeronautics for completion at Ione, California. Sold to The Fighter Collection, Duxford in 2008. Shipped in a container to UK and arrived Duxford 29.5.2009. Re-Regd G-CHFP 20.04.2012 Hawker Fury Mk.II (G-CBEL)I Operator: Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd Year of Manufacture: 1953 Powered by: Bristol Centaurus XVIII Colour Scheme: Royal Navy prototype Sea Fury SR661 This Fury II, construction number 37539 was produced by Hawker’s as a Fury ISS – Iraqi Single Seat for the Iraqi Air Force, as part of contract number 53/1/012 for 60 aircraft, and was numbered 315 within this production batch. The aircraft was bought to Orlando, Florida, USA from Iraq in 1979 by Ed Jurist and David C Tallichet. In 1989 the aircraft passed to Laws/Coleman Warbird Museum, Coleman, Texas where it was rebuilt to airworthy condition, before flying again in April 1991, registered as N36SF. The Fury was then shipped to the UK in September 1991, passing into the ownership of John Bradshaw at Wroughton until 2009. During this time the aircraft flew in the markings of a Dutch Navy and latterly Royal Australian Navy aircraft marked as 361 and on the UK Civil Register as G-CBEL. She was then exported to Australia where she was registered as VH-SFW. She was imported back into the UK by her new owners, Anglia Aircraft Restorations Ltd. she was re-registered again as G-CBEL. The aircraft has been refurbished and repainted, by Air Leasing Ltd, in the colours of one of Hawker’s Sea Fury prototypes coded SR661, which was a modified Fury Mk.II with a tail hook fitted, but without the folding wings included on subsequent production Sea Fury’s. Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
Views: 1591 High Flight
Hawker Sea Fury Flyby
 
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Medium speed pass...
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Sea Fury Start Up at Cape Girardeau's Airport
 
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Start Up and fly-by of a Hawker Sea Fury that dropped into our airport this past Saturday. Sorry for the weird-looking propeller, this is caused by the shutter "Strobing" in time with the prop's blades...making them appear to stop or turn very slowly while the engine is running. Gonna get a new/better camera here shortly that ought to let me eliminate this little illusion ! The audio is still pretty good, though.
Views: 28855 wintersportster
Hawker Sea Fury T Mk.20 VX281 - Duxford Air Festival 2018
 
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The Fly Navy Heritage Trust's and Royal Navy Historic Flight Hawker Sea Fury T.20, VX281, G-RNHF, making its 2018 public airshow debut in the capable hands of Lieutenant Commander Chris Götke, AFC, RN, on the first day of the Duxford Air Festival 2018. The Sea Fury T.20 is a twin-seat trainer variant of the Sea Fury and, unlike the other aircraft of the Royal Navy Historic Flight, which are all registered on the military register, Sea Fury T.20 G-RNHF (VX281) is owned by the Navy Wings charity (Fly Navy Heritage Trust) and is operated on the civilian register. The Sea Fury T20 was a fighter trainer and is still used today by the Royal Navy Historic Flight to give Sea Fury display pilots much valued access to a trainer version of this most demanding of aircraft types. A masterpiece of power and performance, the T20 generates great interest and excitement at air shows around the country. She was the second of 60 Sea Fury T20 aircraft built as weapon trainers for the Fleet Air Arm. Delivered to the Royal Navy in 1950 she served with 736 and 738 Naval Air Squadrons at Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose before being sold to the West German Government in 1963. Painted in the markings of an F10 single-seat aircraft of 799 Naval Air Squadron based at Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton in 1949, VX281 was acquired from the United States in 2007 and rebuilt at North Weald. The aircraft is loaned to the Royal Navy Historic Flight by the Fly Navy Heritage Trust and is displayed by the Historic Flight under an agreement between the Trust and the Royal Navy. In 2014 the aircraft suffered engine failure during a display manoeuvre at RNAS Culdrose Air Day and the Trust launched a successful £200,000 appeal to buy a new Centaurus 18 engine and the Sea Fury T20 was restored to fly. https://www.navywings.org.uk https://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/our-organisation/the-fighting-arms/fleet-air-arm/historic-flight/historic-flight Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2018 S Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
Views: 1269 High Flight
HAWKER SEA FURY T-20 WG655 "INVINCIBLE" - SOLO FLIGHT DISPLAY AT IWM DUXFORD FLYING LEGENDS - 2018
 
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THIS AWESOME AIRCRAFT IS OWNED BY SHAUN PATRICK & MAINTAINED BY THE AIRCRAFT RESTORATION COMPANY BASED AT DUXFORD - SHE IS OPERATED BY THE NORWEGIAN SPITFIRE FOUNDATION, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK & CHECK OUT OUR PLAYLIST OF SEVERAL VIDEOS FROM THE LEGENDS SHOW - 2018 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELA5H... PLEASE HIT THE LIKE BUTTON & LEAVE A COMMENT FOR US & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL 'TBOBBORAP1' & LIKE US ON FACEBOOK & FOLLOW US ON TWITTER NOW AND KEEP UP TO DATE AND WATCH OUR DAILY UPLOADED HD / 4K QUALITY RC MODELS VIDEOS AND PICTURE UPDATES OF THE MAJOR UK RC SHOWS AND CLUB FLY-INS AT - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tbobbo... https://twitter.com/TBOBBORAP1 https://www.youtube.com/user/tbobborap1 FILMED AT DUXFORD IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM CAMBRIDGE UK CB22 4QR OVER THE WEEKEND OF 14TH - 15TH JULY - 2018
Views: 2094 tbobborap1
Hawker Sea Fury fighter aircraft
 
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Hawker Sea Fury T20 (VX281) displaying at Kemble in 2011. The Hawker Sea Fury, powered by a Bristol Centaurus radial engine, was one of the fastest and most advanced piston engine fighter aircraft built. The Sea Fury was developed from the successful Hawker Tempest fighter of the Second World War. It entered service with the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy after the World War II had ended. However, the Hawker Sea Fury saw action in the Korean War flying from Royal Navy aircraft carriers (HMS Ocean, HMS Glory & HMS Theseus) and the Royal Australian Navy aircraft carrier, HMAS Sydney. The Hawker Sea Fury T20 in this video is owned by Naval Aviation Limited and operated by the Royal Navy Historic Flight RNHF.
Views: 5485 PawsInPies
Hawker Sea Fury FB10 WH589
 
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Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2018 Malcolm Auld Support this channel at https://www.patreon.com/Wings_YouTube paypal.me/WingsYouTube
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Hawker Sea Fury and Bristol Centaurus Radial Engine
 
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This rare Hawker Sea Fury is the two seat version with the original Bristol Centaurus Mk. 18, sleeve-valve, radial engine. Pilot / owner Dennis Sanders flies this beautifully restored T Mk. 20 two seat Hawker Sea Fury powered by a rare and original Bristol Centaurus Mk. 18, 18 cylinder radial sleeve valve engine. Amazing flying with a beautifully restored airplane. Enjoy! http://www.aerotelemetry.com
Views: 46981 Aero Telemetry
Airfix 1/48 Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 review
 
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HAWKER SEA FURY T20 & FURY FB 11 MKII DISPLAY AT DUXFORD FLYING LEGENDS - 2018
 
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PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK & CHECK OUT OUR PLAYLIST OF SEVERAL VIDEOS FROM THE LEGENDS SHOW - 2018 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELA5H... PLEASE HIT THE LIKE BUTTON & LEAVE A COMMENT FOR US & SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL 'TBOBBORAP1' & LIKE US ON FACEBOOK & FOLLOW US ON TWITTER NOW AND KEEP UP TO DATE AND WATCH OUR DAILY UPLOADED HD / 4K QUALITY RC MODELS VIDEOS AND PICTURE UPDATES OF THE MAJOR UK RC SHOWS AND CLUB FLY-INS AT - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tbobbo... https://twitter.com/TBOBBORAP1 https://www.youtube.com/user/tbobborap1 FILMED AT DUXFORD IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM CAMBRIDGE UK CB22 4QR OVER THE WEEKEND OF 14TH - 15TH JULY - 2018
Views: 1895 tbobborap1
Dennis Sanders Sea Fury aerobatics
 
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Dennis Sanders put on a great display at the 2016 Planes of Fame airshow with the Sanders family Hawker Sea Fury. This video was pieced together from both the Saturday and Sunday routine.
Views: 63700 Voodoo1650
Hawker Sea Fury T20 - Fly Navy Heritage Trust/Royal Navy Historic Flight
 
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The Fly Navy Heritage Trust's Hawker Sea Fury T.20, VX281, G-RNHF is seen here arriving at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford on Friday 22nd September 2017, before the Battle of Britain Airshow 2017 and departing towards the end of the show on its final day. On 22nd September the aircraft made its first public display during the Navy Wings Supporters Day at RNAS Yeovilton, after a 3 year restoration following an engine failure and emergency landing at RNAS Culdrose in 2014. Its pilot, Lt Cdr Chris Götke, then flew the aircraft to IWM Duxford so that it could appear in the static line up for the weekends Battle of Britain Airshow. Engineers from Weald Aviation, the company who restored the aircraft and its engine back to flying condition, were also on hand to ensure that all was well during the weekend. Although it was unable to participate in the flying display, it was a very welcome sight to the thousands of aviation fans who attended the show. Lt Cdr Chris Götke was on the flightline for much of the weekend and was kind enough to pose for a few photographs and to chat about the aircraft and the Fly Navy Heritage Trust. He is a wonderful ambassador both for the Fly Navy Heritage Trust, the Royal Navy Historic Flight and the Royal Navy and a skilled and experienced pilot, who humbly acknowledges his luck at being able to fly such beautiful and historic aircraft. No wonder he always has a smile on his face! Film of the Sea Fury's debut display at RNAS Yeovilton on 22nd September as well as other recent flights, can be seen on the official Navy Wings YouTube channel here:- https://youtu.be/emwdyrDp6ps If you are interested in finding out more about the Fly Navy Heritage Trust, their aircraft and their aims and objectives, or are interested in joining or supporting them, here is a link to their website :- https://www.navywings.org.uk/support-us/ Video and Audio content is Copyright © 2017 Stephen Keeler This video and audio material may not be reproduced in any form (except as the videos Youtube embedded video option on any other website), without written permission.
Views: 1242 High Flight
IL2 Hawker Sea Fury
 
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il2 with dark blue world+mods On 8 August 1952, Lieutenant Peter "Hoagy" Carmichael, of 802 Squadron (HMS Ocean), flying Sea Fury WJ232, downed a MiG-15 jet fighter in air-to-air combat, making him one of only a few pilots of propeller aircraft to shoot down a jet. , http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php
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Hawker Sea Fury Lights Up at Geneseo - 2010
 
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Owner Sandy Thomson's Canada based Hawker Sea Fury spins up its eighteen-cylinder radial preparing for the trip back to Hamilton, Ontario. More info about Thomson's monster at warbirddepot.com/aircraft_fighters_fury-thomson.asp
Views: 24476 Zoomlens