Thorney Island - Helicopter Display Aka… 1969

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    3rd International Helicopter Meeting at Thorney Island, Hampshire.

    L/S helicopters on display at Thorney Island. M/S foreign helicopter. M/S foreign officers chatting, one is American. L/S US Air Force helicopter. M/S ditto, with pilot fixing on safety harness.

    L/S fire fighting helicopter. L/S pilots and people milling around. M/S Whirlwind helicopter and man being lowered on static line. L/S soldier coming down static line. Pan down ditto. L/S fire extinguishing demonstration. L/S American rescue service helicopter with pump slung underneath arriving on scene.

    M/S man looking through binoculars. C/U the American rescue helicopter hovering above. L/S people watching fire demonstration. L/S fire demonstration with helicopter just above the fire. C/U another helicopter flying overhead. L/S fire being put out. L/S flying helicopter display by French navy. L/S people watching three helicopters flying towards. C/U ditto. M/S foreign pilots watching, possibly Russian or Soviet? L/S three helicopters in formation.

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    Cataloguer:
    Amelia
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    57308
    Sort Number:
    69/049
    Time in/Out:
    01:02:08:00 / 01:03:06:00
    Canister:
    69/49
    Film ID:
    2211.02
    Issue Date:
    15/06/1969
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