ROYAL AIR FORCE          MARHAM
1983 - 1987
VISITING AIRCRAFT SERVICING FLIGHT
The Visiting Aircraft Servicing Flight (V.A.S.F) was part of the Tornado Servicing Flight (T.A.S.F) and was manned on an Ad Hoc basis by T.A.S.F personnel. It was responsible for handling all aircraft visiting the station including Royal Flights. I have shown below a selection of the many different types of aircraft handled by the V.A.S.F team.
(All images on this website are copyright)
This VC 10 taxies carefully into the VASF dispersal.
A new "stretched" version of the Hercules.
A winter morning on the VASF dispersal.
Dominie and  Jetstream aircraft probably on a navigation excercise.
A Squadron of French Jaguars.
Gazzelle and Lynx helicopter of the Royal Marines
F111 and an A10 of the USAF
A twin seat F16
Harriers were frequent visitors
Phantom
VC 10
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