ROYAL AIR FORCE: ITALY, THE BALKANS AND SOUTH-EAST EUROPE, 1944-1945.
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Colonel L A Wilmot SAAF, Commanding Officer of No. 239 Wing RAF (centre), standing with two of his pilots at Cutella, south of Vasto, Italy, the day after leading the Wing on a highly successful strike to the Pescara River dam, which they destroyed with 500-lb bombs, and from which all aircraft returned safely. Standing with Colonel Wilmot are the pilots whose bombs first breached the dam walls; Flight Lieutenant K Richards of No. 3 Squadron RAAF (left), and Flight Sergeant A Duguid of No. 260 Squadron RAF (right).
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