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  • ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Flight-Lieutenant E P "Hawkeye"Wells of No 485 (New Zealand) Squadron RAF, sitting in the cockpit of his Supermarine Spitfire Mark VB, "Waikato", at Kenley, Surrey. He assumed command of the Squadron in February 1942, and later led...

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE ARMY CO-OPERATION COMMAND, 1940-1943.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE ARMY CO-OPERATION COMMAND, 1940-1943.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    An Airspeed Horsa Mark I troop-carrying glider is hooked up to an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mark V glider-tug of No. 297 Squadron RAF, before taking off, during an organised press visit to No. 38 Wing RAF and the Airborne Division at Netheravon,...

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND, 1942-1945.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND, 1942-1945.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Half-length portrait of Wing Commander Guy Gibson, while Commanding Officer of No 617 Squadron RAF, wearing flying kit.

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE COASTAL COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE COASTAL COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Royal Dutch Naval Air Service and RAF engine mechanics working on the Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp engine of a Lockheed Hudson Mark Vof No. 320 (Dutch) Squadron RAF at Bircham Newton, Norfolk.

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Fighter pilots in a dispersal hut at Hornchurch, Essex filling in time with a game of cards before the order to take off on a sweep over France.

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE FLYING TRAINING COMMAND, 1940-1945.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE FLYING TRAINING COMMAND, 1940-1945.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Simulated flight training at an Advanced Flying Training School using the Link Trainer: the sergeant instructor shows the trainee pilot the plotted record of his "flight".

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Supermarine Spitfire Mark VB, of No 457 Squadron RAAF returning to Redhill, Surrey, after a sweep over northen France, whilst another Squadron aircraft stands at its dispersal point, plugged into a trolley accumulator at readiness.

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    ROYAL AIR FORCE FIGHTER COMMAND, 1939-1945.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Six Hawker Hurricane Mark IICs of No 3 Squadron RAF based at Hunsdon, Hertfordshire, flying in formation.

  • AMERICAN AIRCRAFT IN RAF SERVICE 1939-1945: DOUGLAS DB-7 HAVOC.

    AMERICAN AIRCRAFT IN RAF SERVICE 1939-1945: DOUGLAS DB-7 HAVOC.

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Havoc Mark I (Intruder), BD121 ‘YP-F’, of No. 23 Squadron RAF based at Ford, Sussex, in flight. BD121 was converted from a Boston Mark I.

  • ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND

    ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND

    part of "AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Air Force official photographer

    Men from No 77 Squadron, Bomber Command, based at RAF Elvington look on as the message 'we hope this hurts' is chalked onto a 500 pound medium capacity bomb prior to their fourth attack on Berlin on 30 January 1944.

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