The Blackburn Buccaneer is a British
carrier-borne attack aircraft designed in the 1950s for the
Royal Navy (RN). It was initially produced by Blackburn
Aircraft, although later officially known as the Hawker
Siddeley Buccaneer when Blackburn became a part of the Hawker
Siddeley Group. After a career with the navy many airframes
were transferred to the RAF, where it continued to serve with
The Buccaneer Aviation Group are an
organisation of volunteers who are dedicated to the
preservation and maintenance of two ex-Royal Air Force
Buccaneer aircraft in fast taxi condition. They are the only
group in the world who are dedicated to this aircraft type.
They operate the pristine Buccaneers at Bruntingthorpe
Airfield base in Leicestershire, England.