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Images: RNZAF Boeing 757 In Top Gun Like Action

Images: RNZAF Boeing 757 In Top Gun Like Action

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One aspect missing from Scoops' coverage of the recent dedication of the London Memorial was piccies of the RNZAF Boeing 757 and some RAF Typhoon jets whizzing above – mainly because Scoop was terrestially based for the event. However, thanks to the NZ Defence Force we managed to locate a couple of closer up pics of the flypast including one shot of taken from the cockpit of the RNZAF 757 flown by Squadron Leader Brendan Clarke. Scoop also discovered a couple of nice shots of Kiwi musos Dave Dobbyn and Hayley Westenra performing at the NZ Memorial taken by the Air Force's photographer Rachel Main.

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