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Wellington rear turret

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Flying Officer R W Stewart, a wireless operator on board an Avro Lancaster B Mark I of No. 57 Squadron RAF based at Scampton, Lincolnshire, speaking to the pilot from his position in front of the Marconi TR 1154/55 transmitter/receiver set. 1942-43 (IWM CH8790)

Flying Officer R. Stewart, a wireless operator on board an Avro Lancaster B Mark I of No. 57 Squadron RAF based at Scampton, Lincolnshire, speaking to the pilot from his position in front of the Marconi TR transmitter/receiver set.

Pilots of No. 452 Squadron RAAF relax outside their dispersal hut at Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire 18 June 1941. The squadron was formed at Kirton-in-Lindsey in April 1941, with a mix of RAAF airmen and RAF ground crew. Over time Australians took over both roles, and the squadron went operational on 2 June. It began with six weeks of defensive patrols in the north. The first mission over France came on 11 July, while the squadron was still based at Kirton, and using West Malling as an…

452 Squadron RAAF pilots ouside their dispersal hut at Kirton in lindsey, Lincs, Colour by Doug (

František Fajtl, Catterick June 1941. Picture taken by MUDr. Vladislav Kruta just a few weeks after 313th (Czech) Squadron was established thereaaa.

František Fajtl, Catterick June Picture taken by MUDr. Vladislav Kruta just a few weeks after (Czech) Squadron was established thereaaa.

WWII COLOR PHOTO By Robert Capa

An RAF flight crew waits for their Blenheim bomber to be prepared to take off for a daylight bombing raid over Occupied France//Robert Capa

West Australian Wing Commander Hughie Edwards V.C. D.S.O. D.F.C., Commanding Officer of No. 105 Sqn. R.A.F. quite possibly at RAF Horsham St Faith

"By the time they were flying Mossies the Germans were beginning to go on the back foot." KB West Australian Wing Commander Hughie Edwards V., Commanding Officer of No. quite possibly at RAF Horsham St Faith