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What does VA stand for?

VA stands for Vickers-Armstrong (British gun manufacturer)

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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The use of the geodetic structures in aircraft construction was pioneered by Barnes Wallis, of Vickers-Armstrong, who developed it from the structure of his successful R100 airship (which was only abandoned as a result of the R101 disaster).
The PA474 was built by Vickers-Armstrong Ltd in 1945, for the British Tiger Force for strategic bombing in the Far East.
The two-seater Vickers Supermarine MkIX Spitfire, one of 5,665 produced during the Second World War by Vickers-Armstrong from its plant in Castle Bromwich, is the first airworthy spitfire to go under auction for 20 years and was painstakingly restored over a five-year period.
He also flew for the King's Flight from 1946 and later joined Vickers-Armstrong as a test pilot on V-bombers and tested the dropping of Britain's first atom bomb according to PA News.