For nearly 60 years the Canberra bomber reigned death on a vast cross section of the nations of the world: English, Eritreans, Vietnamese, Egyptians, Indians, Pakistanis, Koreans, Malays, Somalis, Zambians, Angolans, Rhodesians, South Africans, Bangladeshis, Portugese and Ecuadorians all ended up on the receiving end of the remarkable plane named after our city.
But the last of them have been retired in recent years.
Fortunately the model makers are hard at work keeping the memory alive. Check out the video of this American beast posted by “zantenvan” with the following note:
Maiden flight, a bit tail heavy. Next flight will be better Weight 55 lb Span ten feet power P120 Turbines
Video of model planes is usually balls. But it appears that size does matter.