AMERICANS IN BRITAIN: THE WORK OF NO 121 (EAGLE) SQUADRON RAF, ROCHFORD, ESSEX, AUGUST 1942
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Flying Officer Osbourne plays a tune on his banjulele as entertainment for his Eagle Squadron colleagues on the terrace of the old English house in which they are billeted. Left to right, the 'audience' is: Pilot Officer Kearney (smoking a pipe), Pilot Officer Slater and Pilot Officer Padget (seated on the window sill).