Superstock offers millions of photos, videos, and stock assets to creatives around the world. This image of Naval Airman E. Rowe (on wing) and Petty Officers J. Tebby and S. Pearson (RN) taping up all openings in the fuselage prior to it being spayed with a plastic sealing solution. The navy is placing in "mothballs" a number of Firefly and Sea Fury Naval aircraft because of the new planes that are to go into service with the Navy in the near future (Sea Venom Jets and Fairy Gannett aint-sub aircraft). It would be too expensive to maintain these unwanted planes. October 17, 1955. (Photo by Leyden). ; by Leyden / Sydney Morning Herald / SMH is available for licensing today.
Image Number: 5513-111876500
Credit: Leyden / Sydney Morning Herald / SMH
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Details: 3529 x 2471px | 11.76" x 8.24" | 26.16MB | 300 dpi
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