Photographs of Cold War Era Jet Aircraft We Have Either Supplied and Fitted Graphics to
Or Supplied the Graphics for Fitting By The Customer.
Hawker Hunter GA11 WV382
This Royal Navy GA11 is on display at East Midlands Aeropark. The aircraft was finished with vinyl graphics supplied and fitted by AB Military
Hawker Hunter GA11 WV382 2
Close up of some of the safety markings on the fuselage near the Canopy.
Hawker Hunter GA11 WV382 3
The Reg Numbers being added to the fuselage beneath the tail. The roundels and Royal Navy having been already added.
Hunter GA11 Drop Tanks and Pylons
These Drop Tanks and Pylons are fitted to the GA11 Hunter at East Midlands Aeropark. The Graphic Sets are available as a Stock item from our E Bay Shop
English Electric Lightning T5 XS456
XS456 All small markings supplied and fitted by AB Military and Customer Craig Wise. The Aircraft can be seen at Skegness Water Park.
English Electric Lightning T5 XS456 2
Some of the small Service and Safety markings
English Electric Lightning T5 XS456 3
Another shot of the airframe. Restoration is ongoing on this aircraft and it has come a long way over the past 2 years.
English Electric Lightning T5 XS456 4
Details of the nose during the fitting of the graphics 2017
Hunting Jet Provost T4 XP568 1
On Display at East Midlands Aeropark, This aircraft was finished with Vinyl Graphics supplied and fitted by AB Military.
Hunting Jet Provost T4 XP568 2
Another shot of the aircraft in the Autumn Sun 2018
Hunting Jet Provost T4 XP568 3
Another shot taken while work was in progress
Hunting Jet Provost T4 XP568 4
Close up of some of the Safety and Service Markings around the nose and canopy.
English Electric Lightning F63 63-671
This Lightning has been restored to running condition at Gatwick Aviation Museum. We were commissioned to make and supply the Saudi Roundels which were fitted by the museum.
The new roundels prior to fitting these are printed and cad cut vinyl
English Electric Lightning F63 63-671 2
The fitted Fuselage Roundels which can be seen marked in the 1st Photograph
English Electric Lightning F63 63-671 3
The newley fitted wing roundel
Hawker Hunter T7 WV383
We supplied the graphics for this Hawker Hunter T7 on display at the FAST Museum.
Close up of the fuselage sides
Prior to the repaint and new graphics
Front View of the aircraft on display at the FAST Museum
Sea Venom Cockpit XG737
This Sea Venom Cockpit is on Display at East Midlands Aeropark. All graphics supplied and fitted by AB Military
Close up of service markings on the Radome
Close up of the Service markings on the nose.
Closeup showing the Safety and Service Markings around the Cockpit area
English Electric Lightning XR713
This Aircraft belongs to the Lightning Preservation Group at Bruntingthorpe and carries the markings of 111 Squadron on one side and 76 Squadron on the other all Graphics were supplied and fitted by AB Military
English Electric Lightning XR718
This Aircraft belongs to the Lightning Preservation Group at Bruntingthorpe and carries the markings of 111 Squadron on on one side and 76 Squadron on the other all Graphics were supplied and fitted by AB Military
English Electric lightning XR713
XR713 in the Q Sheds freshly painted by Steve Hand and awaiting the graphics.
English Electric lightning XR718
The red and white chequer board pattern taking shape on the XR718 side.
Alison Detailing the Fin where it meets the spine.
The Tail graphics on XR713 in the colours of 111 Squadron.
Wing Roundel being applied by Allison. Here she is seen adding the white.
Completed wing roundel
The Nose flash being added to the XR718 side of the aircraft.
Edward adding one of the Saftey and Service Markings.
The Completed graphics on the nose fuselage side.
Close up of the nose sqauadron flash and roundel.
Hadley Page Victor Simulator
This Victor Simulator is on display at the RAF Radar Museum. The graphics were created and supplied by AB Military and fitted by the museum.
The Victor Simulator on display
English Electric Canberra Cockpit
This canberra Cockpit is based at Morayvia and can often be seen at .events across the country
Dasault Mystere on Display at Newark Air Museum. The Markings are a mixture of Paint for the larger graphics and Vinyl for the smaller markings. Supplied by AB Military.
English Electric Lightning XR768
This lightning was restored by GJD on behalf of Cornwall Aviation Heritage Center. All the graphics were supplied and fitted by AB Military in time for the RAF100 Airshow at Cosford. The Aircraft was then taken to Bruntingthorpe before being returned to Cornwall.
Finally back on display at Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre
Nice shot of the nose roundels and squadron marking taken at Bruntingthorpe
The Nose of the aircraft again taken at Bruntingthorpe
English Electric Canberra WT333
WT333 is in running condition at Bruntingthorpe and is being repainted in sections with all the graphics being replaced by AB Military. The first section to be completed is the white top section which has had all the graphics replaced.
Close up of the nose sometime in 2019
Alison sunbathing on the tail while fitting the new Aniversary logos
These Crests Commemorating 70 Years of the Canberra were added to the tail of WT333. In time for the May bank holiday Cold War Jets Day.These were Printed Vinyl and are 18" in Diameter.
Sea Vixen Cockpit
Stunning Sea Vixen Cockpit which we supplied all the graphics for. The graphics were fitted by AB Military and the customer together. This Cockpit is privateley owned.
Sea Vixen Cockpit 2
The main graphics on the Cockpit all Cad Cut Vinyl fitted by ourselves and the owner.
Sea Vixen Cockpit 3
Close up of some of the smaller Safety Markings
Sea Vixen Cockpit 4
Close up of the markings on the Radome
De Haviland Vampire XD447
Vampire on display at East Midlands Aeropark
De Haviland Vampire on display at East Midlands Aeropark. This is a privately owned aircraft
Sea Hawk WV798
Sea Hawk WV798 shown here at a night shoot at Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre.. We supplied the graphics for this aircraft which was restored by the Heritage Centre's team. Photo from the Museums Facebook Page
Sea Hawk 2
Another shot of the Sea Hawk out in the sun.Photo from Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre's Website
English Electric Canberra T17 Cockpit WH863
On display at Newark Air Museum. All graphics were Supplied and Fitted by AB Military
The Aircraft registration number along the nose wheel door
Close Up of the markings towards the rear of the cockpit section
Safety markings around the crew door
Blackburn Buccaneer S1 XN964
Royal Navy Buccaneer with all graphics supplied and fitted by AB Military and the team at Newark Air Museum.
Blackburn Buccaneer S1 XN964 2
Close up of the fueselage graphics around the cockpit.
Blackburn Buccaneer S1 XN964 3
Edward adding the numbers to the flaps. Edward regularly helps with fitting graphics Pictured here age 10
Blackburn Buccaneer S1 XN964 4
Paul adding the large numbers to the fuselage sides. The weather was cool and only just above the 10 degrees minimum recommended for fitting vinyl.
English Electric Lightning Cockpit XR754
This privately owned Lightning Cockpit is in the process of being restored by the owner. We were asked to provide new Warning Triangles and Low Visibility Roundels. These were fitted by the owner in time for Cockpit Fest 2019
De Haviland Sea Vixen Faw 2
This Aircraft is currently being its markings re applied by AB Military and is on display at Newark Air Museum
English Electric Lightning Nose Blanks
These Intake Nose Blanks were built by LPG Member Colin Collis and will be fitted to the aircraft once completed.
6English Electric Lightning Nose Blanks 2
The graphics were added by AB Military and the Blanks can now be completed in time for the Twilight Photoshoot.
Privately owned De Haviland Sea Vixen cockpit painted using a set of Paint Masks. All Painting was done by the customer.
A Close up shot of the Sea Vixen Cockpit showing some of the detailed graphics around the Rescue Hatch. These were all created from the Aircrafts AP
This F100 is on Display at Newark Air Museum and has been repainted and New Markings Applied By AB Military and Volunteers Mick Coombes and Martin Gilby
Close up of some of the Markings around the Cockpit.
The Tail Markings LT was the old code for Lakenheath where the aircraft was based.The Modern code of LN didnt come into use untill after theis aircraft was retired.
Another Shot of the F100 Note the No Step Markings along the Leading Edge Slats
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