air-to-air refuelling is done on a racetrack pattern (not in a straight line nor a circle), and the fuel flows all the time; here we are starting the left hand turn from a north to a westerly heading, at the top (north) point of the circuit - Photo: Graham Dinsdale

air-to-air refuelling is done on a racetrack pattern (not in a straight line nor a circle), and the fuel flows all the time; here we are starting the left hand turn from a north to a westerly heading, at the top (north) point of the circuit – Photo: Graham Dinsdale

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