|Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeovilton|
The Fleet Air Arm Museum (http://www.fleetairarm.com/) located near the Royal Navy Air Station in Yeovilton, Somerset is a splendid place to explore Britain's proud naval aviation history.
|Sopwith Pup (Replica), FAA Museum|
|Short S27, FAA Museum|
|Battle of Taranto|
November 11, 1940
|Supermarine Seafire, FAA Museum|
|Commander K. and RN Corsair KD-431, 1944 FAA Museum|
|Ark Royal IV, FAA Museum|
|Hawker Hunter T8M 1958, FAA Museum|
|RN F-4 "Phantom", FAA Museum|
|RN Carrier Pilots in the briefing room, FAA Museum|
|Stonehenge (Just a few miles from Yeovilton)|
"Si vis pacem, para vellum," ("If you want peace, prepare for war") wrote Flavius Vegetius around 375 AD. Britain would do well to heed the old Roman's advice rather than relying solely on the rocks of nearby Stonehenge to protect her island's freedom and preserve the peace.
Special thanks to Toby Pierson for driving us out to the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
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