C7 Military

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C7 Military

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C7 MkI 47AD #000

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Technically, the C7 MkI is from CW's Motorsports range but as this is a Military Special commissioned for 47 Air Despatch Squadron, Royal Logistic Corps who are part of the The Parachute Regiment, with members wearing the Red Beret, I think I'll stick with my categorisation of it being an Aviator.

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PS> 47 AD RLC was originally formed in WW2 as 47 Sqn RASC (Royal Army Service Corp), which later became 47 AD Sqn RCT (Royal Corps of Transport) before becoming, now, 47 AD Sqn RLC. During my time in the Army I served in the Royal Corps of Transport, although not in 47 AD Sqn
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C7 MkI 47 AD #000

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C1 GBT| C4&W7 BBMF| C5 BOB LE| C5 FLE| C7 Apex| C7 MkI 47AD| C7 MkII Harrier
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Photo by bashomatsuo Feb 17, 2012

C7CON3F-SXX

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Photo by scoot Mar 15, 2011

C7CON3F-SKK
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C7 RAF Lossiemouth

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