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Old 29th December 2019, 16:44
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Ken Charney - post war

I know that there was an article written by Claudio Renier some time back. In it there's a photo of a pilot in a Hawker Hunter. I assume it's Charney but can't get a good enough resolution. I also assume it may be linked to his time with the Saudi Air Force?

Does anyone have more information?

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Keith
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