Private fighters and a private Chinook, though...
Soopollalie, named from a Chinook language in the 19th century Pacific Northwest, is a merging of the words "soop" soap and "olallie" berry. The genus is known for dioecious flowers lacking petals, with fused petal-like sepals. Nitrogen fixers with Frankia fungus mutualism. pic.twitter.com/GVgzKbZySX
A great honour to join Last Dambuster Johnny Johnson's (early) 100th birthday party
@WLACFlying White Waltham today.
A @27_Sqn Chinook @RAF_Odiham dropped by with the @MB_EjectEject Meteor.
Johnny had his usual glass of red & loved it all
@CHartleyPhotos got in the way of my vid!pic.twitter.com/QF4rxOWevE