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Product image 1***RARE*** THE RED ARROWS 1993 (BREITLING)
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Nice presentation brochure of The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team 1993, The Red Arrows, faces of their sponsor Breitling (Swiss Chronographs). Richly illustrated in colors.


Book cover finish Stapled
Condition Used very good
Published date 1993
Language English
Editor Breitling / The Red Arrows


Aviation and watchmaking, are two worlds that have always been linked.


This is a very nice presentation brochure for The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team in 1993, with a short bio of the pilots, the Breitling brand's faces. 

The patrol thanks its sponsor Breitling « The Red Arrows wish to thank Breitling for their kind support in the production of this brochure ». 


Brands such as Breitling, Omega and Bell & Ross manufacture aviator's watches. The watches were originally designed for pilots and other officers.










The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, The Red Arrows, was formed in 1965 with seven display pilots and they were equipped with the Folland Gnat jet trainer. At the end of their first season, the Team had performed 65 displays and were awarded the Britannia Trophy by the Royal Aero Club in recognition of their outstanding contribution in the field of aviation. In 1968 the team was increased in size to nine and the classical Diamond Nine formation has come to represent the peak of precision flying; it is now the Team's trade mark and recognised world-wide.


The Red Arrows took delivery of the Hawk trainer in the winter of 1979/80. During that winter the pilots converted from the Gnat and worked up a display using the new aeroplane in time for the 1980 Summer Display Season. Since being introduced into service with The Red Arrows, the Hawk has taken the Team on tours of Western Europe, Scandinavia, the USA, the Middle and Far East, the Soviet Union and Hungary and, in 1992, to Czechoslovakia.


The Officer Commanding the Red Arrows for the 1993 season is Sqn Ldr Adrian Thurley.


In addition to the pilots, the Squadron has a supporting staff of 72 Engineers and Administrators, much of the Team's success over the years is attributable to their effort and commitment.

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