Flying Officer D H Greaves (far left) and Warrant Officer F M Robbins (fifth from left), a successful Bristol Beaufighter night-fighting team with No. 255 Squadron RAF, display a trophy cut from their fifth victim, a Cant Z1007 which they intercepted over Bone on the night of 18/19 January 1943, to other members of the Squadron at Setif, Algeria. The group includes No. 255's Commanding Officer, Wing Commander D P D G Kelly, standing second from the right. Greaves (pilot) and Robbins (radar operator) joined forces while serving with No. 68 Squadron RAF in the United Kingdom. They were posted to 255 Squadron in September 1941 and flew out to North Africa with them in November 1942. They returned to the United Kingdom in April 1943, being posted to the Telecommunications Flying Unit at Defford, but resumed night-fighting operations with No. 25 Squadron RAF in January 1944, with whom they enjoyed further successes.