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550 Squadron and RAF North Killingholme Association web-site. Provides a database of squadron operations in WWII, an archive of association information and contact points for association members.

An Avro Lancaster (B Mk.II) heavy bomber, of the 514th Squadron, landing at the Deenethorpe airfield. England. #WWII

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Avro Lancaster BII “Fanny Ferkin II” s/n of No. 514 Squadron landing at RAF Deenethorpe, base of the USAAF Bomb Group, for a lecture tour of American bases, May 1944

He Stumbled Across This Place And Luckily Someone Was Outside | Pictures Of Abandoned War Airplanes

The Past Of These 15 Abandoned Airplanes Represent A Haunting Tragedy

15 Eerie Pictures Of World War II Fighter Planes Rotting In A Graveyard

While flying over Italy, this B-17 had most of her tail shot away.  Still, the pilot managed to get her home.  When she was hit, the tail-gunner was blown out into her slipstream.  Miraculously, he was uninjured and managed to get his chute open and land safely.  Once on the ground, the greatest threat was not German or Italian soldiers, who usually took them prisoner, but scared or angry peasants who had been told that Brits and Yanks were savage murderous rapists who should be killed on…

While flying over Italy, this had most of her tail shot away. Still, the pilot managed to get her home. When she was hit, the tail-gunner was blown out into her slipstream. Miraculously, he was uninjured and managed to get his chute open and land safely.

Captured Avro Lancaster? Is it real? There is mention of Luftwaffe test pilot [first name?] Lerche flying a captured Lancaster in 1944

Captured British Bombers Short Stirling [Via] Vickers WELLINGTON Mk IC [Via] Captured Lancaster On the morning of 16 aug a Stirling of 7 squadron…

An American B-17G being loaded & inspected for her next mission.

Boeing Flying Fortress being loaded & inspected for her next mission.

Lancaster night bomber crew prepares for action

A modern-day mission: Lancaster bomber crew prepares for action 70 years on in remarkable set of airfield pictures

Consolidated B-24 Liberator

History Of The Consolidated B-24 Liberator

A remarkably moving photo captured by Cpl Laurence at a recent night time photo-shoot of the RAF BBMF Lancaster - you can almost feel the tension, emotions and suspense that this image conjures up

This photo, originating from HMSO publications of the time, had been entitled “Spitfires can take it. Riddled fighter makes safe landing in Italy”. It is believed to be taken in 1944 and the aircraft is a Spitfire Mk. V, but regrettably the name of the pilot had not been recorded. Details of the actual event are also unknown.

This photo, originating from HMSO publications of the time, had been entitled “Spitfires can take it. Riddled fighter makes safe landing in Italy”. It is believed to be taken in 1944 and the aircraft is a Spitfire Mk.

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Flying Officer R. Stewart, a wireless operator on board an Avro Lancaster B Mark I of No. 57 Squadron RAF based at Scampton, Lincolnshire, speaking to the pilot from his position in front of the Marconi TR transmitter/receiver set.

Wireless Operator station in an RAF Avro Lancaster bomber. My dad's seat.

Wireless Operator station in an RAF Avro Lancaster bomber. My dad's seat.

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Ordance man inserting fuse into demolition bomb in bomb bay of

B-17 which has been very busy.

WWI Song Over There. Similar to the propaganda songs of WWII, intended to inspire the nation.

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