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The Hawker Hunter – beautiful to look at, deadly to be in front of!

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Free talk organised by The Welding & Joining Society Eastern Counties branch. RSVP to Alan Shand 0207 423 2833 alan.shand@lr.org

A presentation on the Hawker Hunter covering the development of swept wing aircraft, the design of the Hunter, its various roles, including the Black Arrows, the Tower Bridge incident and some reminiscences of serving on the last RAF unit to fly the Hawker Hunter.

This talk is organised by The Welding & Joining Society Eastern Counties branch.

Buffet at 18.00, talk starts at 18.30

RSVP (and for more information and directions) to: Alan Shand (Lloyds Register) Tel: 0207 423 2833 Email: alan.shand@lr.org

This talk is part of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (Cambridgeshire Area) series.

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