EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2013
BAE Sea Harrier F/A2


Art Nalls is a retired US Marine Lt. Colonel who was a test pilot. He purchased the Harrier in 2006. This one is the second Sea Harrier made and the oldest survivor. The Sea Harrier is quite different from the USMC AV-8 Harrier. It's nose is bigger, the canopy is raised for better visibility and the wings are shorter. The British flew them as fighters, whereas the USMC flew them for air-to-ground and close air support.

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

BAE Sea Harrier F/A2

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