Well written ts account (70pp), written in 2003 but based on contemporary records and illustrated with his own line drawings, of his tour of operations as a Bomb Aimer on Lancaster Bombers with No. 619 Squadron, No. 5 Group RAF Bomber Command (May 1943 - May 1945), briefly mentioning his training as a pilot in the United States of America and Canada but being failed for 'dangerous flying' and persuaded to retrain as a Bomb Aimer, then recording in some detail his arrival with his crew at RAF Woodhall Spa in Lincolnshire to form a new squadron and their first operation to Krefeld in the Ruhr, describing subsequent operations over Germany, including repeated trips to Hamburg, several raids on Berlin and his crew's participation, together with No. 617 Squadron in a low level attack on the Antheor viaduct on the south coast of France, also recording being diverted to Pocklington in Yorkshire after returning from an operation and, with the pilot unable to land due to heavy fog and with the aircraft running low on fuel, eventually having to bale out. In his account, which provides some useful details regarding life in a bomber squadron particularly relating to the crew's routine prior to an operation, he vividly describes the sensation of flying through flak and searchlights and the experience of flying with other crews to increase his number of operations and the problems of fitting in with their way of working, his feelings towards the likely civilian casualties resulting from bombing raids, visits to the squadron by aircrew who had managed to evade capture, his desire to join No. 617 Squadron after the end of his tour in May 1944 and finally, recording a meeting with their then Commanding Officer, Wing Commander Leonard Cheshire in order to offer his services.