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The family agreed to the sale to honour the memory of Flt Lt Phillips, who died in 1997.
above in 2015 It was a terrible year for the unit with pilot Flt Lt Sean Cunningham killed months later in November, when he was ejected from his aircraft while it was on the ground at RAF Scampton and subsequently died from his injuries.
Flt Lt Jones, aged 34, saved the lives of those on board despite suffering a fractured back, prolapsed disc, nerve damage and gashes to his head and fingers.
Begum Flt Lt Yunus (Shaheed), was the guest of honour of the ceremony.
While addressing at the occasion the Air Chief paid rich tributes to the supreme sacrifice rendered by Flt Lt Yunus Hussain (Shaheed), SJ during 1965 war and termed him as the role model for all the PAF airmen of today.
| | Flt Lt Kirsty Piccavey, new commanding officer of Huddersfield Air Cadets
Those interested in joining or wanting more information should email Flt Lt Laidler at oc.346@aircadets.org.
Ground crew had been carrying out their pre-flight checks, as had the pilots in their cockpits, when he became aware that something had gone wrong for Flt Lt Cunningham.
Pte Nathan Forster, from South Shields, and Flt Lt Kat Janes, RAF from Alnwick, Northumberland, are among a seven-strong team of wounded pilots who will brave temperatures as low as minus 30C as they fly the lightweight, propeller-powered small aircraft for more than 3,000 miles in a round trip over Antarctica.
Flt Lt Norris said, 'It is an honour to be selected as the 2013 Display Pilot; I'm looking forward to demonstrating the capability of this world-class aircraft at venues around the country next summer'
Speaking outside the cathedral, Group Captain Ian Gale, station commander at RAF Lossiemouth where Flt Lt Poole was based, said: "H, as he was known, was a kind, loving and compassionate man, he was Group Ian known as the 'wise counsellor' to friends.