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The World Water Speed Record ... via NASA’s X-planes and the Blue Eagles supporting The Museum of Army Flying

Author Nigel Macknight leads a team aiming to bring the World Water Speed Record back to Britain. He’s coming to illustrate the record’s 100-year history, before, during and after the remarkable Bluebird dynasty, and provide an insider’s view of work to get a new boat, Quicksilver, on the water. With a long background in aviation, Nigel will also recount tales from his times aloft with NASA astronauts and test-pilots, the Red Arrows, and the Army Air Corps’ very own Blue Eagles – back in the era when they flew the characterful Sioux.

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This promises to be a fascinating and exciting multimedia presentation, embracing cutting-edge aircraft as well as boats, with a strong aeronautical content from one who has spent a lifetime delving into “things with wings”.

A curry supper is also available from the Apache Cafe at 6pm. Spaces are limited.

Museum of Army Flying, Middle Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8DY SO20 8DY

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Entry Fee: £10.00

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Thursday 11th April, 2019
7:00pm to 9:00pm

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