WEST INDIAN VOLUNTEERS JOIN RAF IN BRITAIN: TRAINING AND INSPECTION, ENGLAND, UK, JULY 1944
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New recruits to the Royal Air Force, recently arrived from the West Indies, give a Physical Training demonstration to Air Marshal Sir Arthur Barratt and Colonel Oliver Stanley at an RAF station, somewhere in the north of England. The men are standing in rows, one behind the other, holding a large rounded timber beam (the trunk of a small tree) above their heads. The men have joined the RAF to train as ground crew.