Classic & Sports Car magazine’s event of 50th Jaguar E-Type Anniversary by James Lipman. The hangar of a Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome.
Note the No. 11 Squadron low visibility roundel for camouflaged aircrafts (differs from the Type B by larger and brighter red circle). There’s also a two black eagles on the tail of this Lightning – the squadron’s badge which means that during the Great War they flew a two-seated aircrafts. The No. 11 Squadron was the last unit to operate Electric Lightnings in RAF and were transitioned to Panavia Tornado in the Summer of 1988.
See the previous posts for a better view: