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Canadian Vampire appears in new colours

Photo: De Havilland Vampire T.55 C-FJRH is flying in new colours this year. ANDREW CLINE

 

De Havilland Vampire T.55 C-FJRH, a former Swiss Air Force machine, has received a striking new paint scheme.

The jet is owned by Waterloo Warbirds of Waterloo International Airport in Ontario, Canada, and now represents RCAF 17021. It sports the red vampire bat livery associated with 442 Squadron during the unit’s time at Sea Island in Vancouver.

Waterloo’s Vampire made its first public appearance in its new colours at the Thunder of Niagara Air Show at Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station on June 7. www.waterloowarbirds.com ANDREW CLINE

 

 

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