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29 August 2014
As all of you know who read this page it’s the hardest thing in the magazine for me, this one doubly so because this is a subject that means a great deal to me. I will admit immediately that I am biased; my father’s experiences with the aircraft fill my earliest memories, his tales instilling me with Shackleton lore even before I could read the aircraft’s history for myself.
2 May 2014
Other than the United States Navy and Marine Corps, there are seven other armed forces around the world that operate the first four versions of the Hornet, six of which will be covered here; the seventh, the Swiss interest in the aircraft, will be covered separately.