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Ejection Seat washed up

Article about: recently washed up here at the same place I find stuff on the coast, makes a change from wellington parts, posting pictures here in hope someone can positively ID what jet this relic is from

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    pics of the second one I found:
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    Just seen this, they are called Personel Survival Packs and remain attached to the pilot after he has separated from his seat. The first one I don't recognise so could be Bucaneer. The second one is a Mk10 Ej Seat PSP as found on the Tornado.

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    Did some checking and the first is a Mk9 PSP as used in Harrier and Jag. Seeing as this one has a local number of LOS ??4 I'm convinced it's from a Lossiemouth based Jag.

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    Jaguar GR3 XX137?

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