First is Convair R4Y-1 141023 of the US Navy.
Beech Kingair 200 31213 of the USAF.
The Lockheed Jetstar 1 was originally designed for a USAF transport / training requirement but first flew as a twin engine aircraft with Rolls Royce Orpheus engines as there was no US engine in that power range, so the change was made to four lower powered units of US origin.
Swearingen Merlin CF05 of the Belgium Airforce
Another aircraft designed for the same USAF requirement as the Jetstar, North American Sabreliner 24461.
And so as the MG Midget roars off up the A34 in a cloud of blue smoke ( I must get those piston rings sorted one day) we bid farewell to Roger and Reggie till nex time.