In 1949 Great Britain rocked the world with the appearance of the Adamant Fighter Aircraft. It may look like a slow two engine Bomber but in fact it is a highly manoeuverable Dog-Fighter. It first saw active service in the Korean War where it immediately proved itself as a MiG Killer. It was initially armed with two 30 mm Cannons but over its 25 years in active RAF service, it was fitted with more advanced Missile Systems. The Adamant's success can be in part accredited to its dependability, it was observed more than once to return to base on only one engine, making it truly Adamant.
AG 1 deploys the parachute.