Army Air Demonstration 1964

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    Middle Wallop, Hampshire.

    Various shots of Military Foreign Attaches, all high ranking officers, as they stand about talking to British officers at army air demonstration for foreign attaches in Middle Wallop, Hampshire. Various shots of scout helicopter giving display over airfield. Various shots of the high ranking officers moving another part of the airfield. Various shots of Beaver light aircraft taxiing through trees and giving low level display of flying. LS. Beaver aircraft in flight, four parachutes dropping supplies to the ground. Various shots of the Skeeter helicopter landing and taking off. Skeeter being taken into wooded area and camouflaged.


    Date found in the old record - 26/06/1964.

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    British Pathé
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    01:22:08:00 / 01:26:51:00
    UN 3903 A
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    UN 3903 A
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