Some great Harrier footage including excerpts from the final UK Harrier GR9/T12 flight on 15 Dec 2010, during which a 16 ship formation was flown. Includes RF 10-3, Auriga 10 and RAF Wittering/Cottesmore.
You’ve seen a Harrier up close, but how about up close at altitude from the ramp of a KC-130?
Incredible RAF HarriercCrash on landing,this happened in Kandahar (Afghanistan). The RAF pilot ejected and survived the crash.
From his T.V. series, 'James Mays Big Ideas', James meets up with the guys from R.A.F. Wittering and goes for a flight in a Harrier.
The McDonnell-Douglas AV8-B Harrier jump jet in service with the Spanish Navy. Known to the Spanish as the "Matador".
naval aviation ... "military aircraft" "jump jet" Harrier "jet fighter" "Brtish Navy" Falklands
The Harrier Jump Jet, often referred to as just "Harrier" or "the Jump Jet", is a British designed military jet aircraft capable of Vertical/Short Takeoff and Landing (V/STOL) via thrust vectoring. The Harrier family is the only truly successful design of this type from the many that arose in the 1960s. There are four main versions of the Harrier family: Hawker Siddeley Harrier, British Aerospace Sea Harrier, Boeing/BAE Systems AV-8B Harrier II, and BAE Systems/Boeing Harrier II. The Hawker Siddeley Harrier is the first generation version and is also known as the AV-8A Harrier. The Sea Harrier is a Maritime strike/air defense fighter. The AV-8B is the second generation Harrier and the BAE Harrier II is the British variant of the second generation Harrier.
A Marine AV8-B Harrier lands onboard the USS Bataan during an exercise in the Caribbean Sea, June, 2006.