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DE HAVILLAND SEA VIXEN

The de Havilland DH110 was a twin-engined, two-seat, twin-boom strike fighter, designed to a series of late 1940s Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm requirements for a night-fighter. After a lengthy development period (which included redesign after a tragic air show crash) the FAA adopted the aircraft as the Sea Vixen Fighter (All Weather) in 1955. The basic design was adjusted for carrier operations, and to allow the aircraft to act

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