A blog on New Zealand Civil Aircraft.
I have received the correct answer off line - I will however leave it open for any online replies.
It looks like the small yaw vane on the front of a Harrier Jump Jet (Ashburton Aviation Museum) And is used when hovering for landing to check for any yaw that will have to be corrected before touchdown.Cheers Barry
YEP BARRY.Thats near enough for me.Go to the top of the class.Well done.
Thanks do I win the Chocolate fish?Barry
Morning Barry.Much better prize than that.I was thinking that a free ticket to last Saturdays Perth Demons versus Thunder game (which the Demons won by 43 points) might be more appropriate.However your own transport and accommodation would have to be provide. You may uplift your ticket from a safety deposit box in Zurich.Just mention this Blog and you will be on your way !