Parked on the apron in front of the control tower at Elvington airbase, now the Yorkshire Air Museum. Lusty Lindy is a Victor K2, XL231, one of 21 Victor B2 Nuclear Bombers produced by Handley-Page and was entered service with 139 Squadron at Wittering on 1 February. 1963.
She was converted to an air-air refueling tanker in 1972 and she later served with 57 and 55 Squadrons at Marham, saw service in the Falklands War, in support of the 'Operation Black Buck' Vulcan raid on Port Stanley, and later in the Gulf War until retirement in September 1993 when she was moved to the Yorkshire Air museum. It is now maintained in ground operational condition, once or twice a year showing her abilities taxi-ing along the main runway.
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