The World's fastest fighter

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The Phantom— 1968 version

Yours to fly as a Naval Officer

Surprising but true. It’s the Royal Navy that’ll have the fastest lighter in the world—fastest bar none. This is the new Phantom –coming into service in a matter of months. Top speed: Mach 2.2.

If you joined the Fleet Air Arm now and trained as a Pilot or Observer, you could soon be flying in Phantoms. Or maybe you’ll fly Buccaneers; specially designed to skim in low under radar – in and away again before the enemy knows what’s hit him.

But there’s more to your life than flying. You’re a Naval Officer—with every advantage that brings. It’s a life that carries responsibility at a young age. And brings its own rewards. Like seeing the sun set over the Pacific … skin-diving in the Caribbean . . . Making friends you’ll keep for life. Your salary? Excellent. As a married Lieutenant of 25, fully qualified as a Pilot or Observer, you can earn up to £2,300 a year.

Entry You can serve for 8 years-with tax-free gratuity or £1,750; 12 year—with tax-free gratuity of £5,000; or 16 years (or to age 38) with a pensionable commission. A number of options are open to you when fixed-wing flying is phased out in thy Royal Navy. If you’re between 17 and 26 with at least 5 G.C.E. ‘O’ levels (including Maths and English), post this coupon-today.

Safer motorway driving…

with Osram sealed beam headlights

All Osram Sealed Beam headlights provide a more powerful main beam to give you more light ahead, and more accurately controlled dip beam so you don’t dazzle oncoming drivers.

And now there’s an addition to the Osram range—Osram Tungsten-Halogen Spot & Fog Sealed Beam units.

The tungsten-halogen combination mei ins a .i.eatly increased light output and range. Now Osram con. trot that power within the sealed beam unit the safest way to make the most of more light.

OTHER OSRAM IMPROVEMENTS: Two new High Intensity Si2aleci Beam units for 4-headlamp systems which replace the inner pair to give improved main beam range : No. 5712 (12 volt 50 watt) improves inner-pair power from 371 w. to 50 w. And for thE enthusiast, No. 5717 (12 volt 100 watt) Super High Intensity Sealed Beam unit.

SEALED BEAM CONVERSION KITS FOR PRE-1966 MINIS. The Osram range includes a 7″ Sealed Beam unit (No. 7014) and adaptor (OSA3) to provide quick and easy conversion for all pre-1966 Austin or Morris Minis. Get the full facts of Osram Sealed Beam and tungsten-halogen conversion units from the fully illustrated leaflet available from your nearestgarage or motor accessory shop.

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