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Got2HaveOne First Flight Wellington T-Shirt

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This range of T-Shirts depict the first flight of famous aircraft. Available in 4 colours in sizes Small to 2XL in a regular fit 100% soft cotton Tee. This T-shirt depicts the First flight of the Wellington Bomber

This range of T-Shirts depict the first flight of famous aircraft. Available in 4 colours in sizes Small to 2XL in a regular fit 100% soft cotton Tee. This T-shirt depicts the First flight of the Wellington Bomber

The Vickers Wellington was a British twin-engined, long-range medium bomber. It was designed during the mid-1930s at Brooklands in Weybridge, Surrey, led by Vickers-Armstrongs' Chief Designer Rex Pierson; a key feature of the aircraft is its geodesic fuselage structure, principally designed by Barnes Wallis. Development had been started in response to Air Ministry Specification B.9/32; issued in the middle of 1932, this called for a twin-engined day bomber capable of delivering higher performance than any previous design.

Other aircraft developed to the same specification include the Armstrong Whitworth Whitley and the Handley Page Hampden. During the development process, performance requirements such as for the tare weight changed substantially, as well as the powerplant for the type being swapped.

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