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by Wg Cdr J A 'Robby' Robinson,Sir Charles Masefield
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He took over as Chief Test Pilot from Sir Charles Masefield in 1981, overseeing the testing of the .
He took over as Chief Test Pilot from Sir Charles Masefield in 1981, overseeing the testing of the Nimrod MR2, the Nimrod AEW, the BAe 748 and the ATP, the maiden flight of which he carried out at 1. 0am on August the 6th 1986; this time and date being announced two years before. For this the Guild of Air Pilots and Navigators awarded him the Derry and Richards medal. Robby takes us through his RAF career in an entertaining and highly readable manner, and really gives a feel for what it was like to both live in the 1950s and be part of the RAF, so close after the end of WWII and yet so different to the days of Spitfires, Hurricanes, Mosquitos and Lancasters.
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This was performed by former Avro Chief Test Pilot, Sir Charles Masefield in front of a specially invited audience of former Chadderton employees. We were also presented with the Avro 504 trophy by Sir Charles Masefield, which will be kept on display at the Museum.
This was performed by former Avro Chief Test Pilot, Sir Charles Masefield in front of a specially invited audience of former Chadderton employees re all transported, by road, to Woodford Aerodrome for final assembly, testing and delivery. There is an article about the event on the BBC homepage and it also appeared on BBC North West Tonight.
Wg Cdr J A 'Robby' Robinson. Book Description Old Forge Publishing, 2007. Condition: Very Good. Inscribed and Signed 'Robby' to ffep. VG condition book with dust jacket
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The Empire Test Pilots' School (ETPS) is a British training school for test pilots and flight test engineers of fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft at MoD Boscombe Down in Wiltshire, England. It was established in 1943, the first of its type. The school moved to RAF Cranfield in October 1945, then to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough in July 1947, before returning to Boscombe Down on 29 January 1968. Its motto is "Learn to test; test to learn".
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The Empire Test Pilots' School (ETPS) is a British training school for test . Tester Zero One. Old Forge Publishing. In 1943, Air Marshal Sir Ralph Sorley formed the "Test Pilots' Training Flight" at RAF Boscombe Down after many pilots died testing the many new aircraft introduced during the Second World War. On 21 June 1943, the unit became the Test Pilots' School within the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE) at Boscombe Down. The school was "to provide suitably.
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Sir Robert Robinson was born at Rufford, near Chesterfield . Sir Robert has been a member of over thirty Government Committees and chairman of some of them.
Sir Robert Robinson was born at Rufford, near Chesterfield, Derbyshire on September 13th, 1886, the son of William Bradbury Robinson, a surgical dressing manufacturer who invented his own machines for the production of lint, bandages, et. and the cardboard boxes for packaging them. One year later, he became Professor of Chemistry at St. Andrews and in 1922 he took the Chair in Organic Chemistry at Manchester University until 1928 when he accepted a similar post in the University of London.