ROYAL AIR FORCE: ITALY, THE BALKANS AND SOUTH EAST EUROPE, 1942-1945.
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The crew of a Martin Baltimore Mark IV of No. 223 Squadron RAF walk from their aircraft (FA394) at Celone, Italy, after successfully completing a bombing sortie to enemy targets in the Popoli area. They are, (left to right): Sergeant S A Jupp (pilot), of Gravesend, Kent; Flight Sergeant W G Gidley (navigator), of Callington, Cornwall; Sergeant W A Airth (air gunner), of Hamilton, Lanarkshire, and Warrant Officer J W Simpson (wireless operator), of Sydney, Australia.
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