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English: XV798 a Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR.1 on display at the Bristol Aero Collection at Kemble, England. Withdrawn from serivce after a crash on 23 April 1971 it was used by Rolls-Royce as a static engine test bed for a supersonic variant of the Harrier
Date 10 September 2006
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Author MilborneOne


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