BAE's Thunderbirds are go! New centre celebrates defence giant's heritage at military factory



BAE has opened a new centre to celebrate its heritage at its military aircraft factory in Warton, Lancashire.
It has more than one million historical documents and artefacts in its stores and forgotten Thunderbirds-type designs made by British engineers in the 1960s have been brought to life. More... UK defence and aerospace firms battle for overseas orders at the 50th Paris Air Show in light of swingeing military budget cuts BAE Systems merger adversaries honoured by the Queen
They include a hypersonic space-plane, nicknamed Mustard, pictured, which is capable of travelling at five times... read more

 
16 June 2013 in Business, Views: 47
Source: Daily Mail
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