V Force Preserved on Twitter

Avro Vulcan XH558 (Credit Nick Harding)Avro Vulcan XH558 (Credit Nick Harding)

Users of the social media site Twitter and lovers of Cold War Jets, in particular Britains V Force Bombers – The Vulcan, Victor and Valiant may like to take a visit to the Twitter V Force.

The group is made of people dedicated to the preservation and memory of these iconic cold war aircraft. One of its aims is to raise awareness of the active preservation in the UK of certain aircraft such as the Vulcan to the Sky trust which got Vulcan XH558 back to flying condition and displayed it an Air Shows across the world.

They can be found on Twitter using the hashtag #TwitterVForce or contact @ROD558 or @XM655 for more info.

Their website can be found here

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