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The flight engineer of a Handley-Page Halifax of No. 35 Squadron RAF, at his work station aft of the pilot's position, prior to take-off from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire. He is wearing a Type B helmet and 1930 Pattern flying suit.

The flight engineer of a Handley-Page Halifax of No. 35 Squadron RAF, at his work station aft of the pilot's position, prior to take-off from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire. He is wearing a Type B helmet and 1930 Pattern flying suit.

The pilot and the observer in the cabin of a Bristol Blenheim long range fighter of No. 245 (Northern Rhodesian) Squadron at RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland.

The pilot and the observer in the cabin of a Bristol Blenheim long range fighter of No. 245 (Northern Rhodesian) Squadron at RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland.

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bete67: bete67:ß

airmanisr:  Handley Page Halifax

airmanisr: Handley Page Halifax

Miniskirts 60's 70's • Galleria immagini ragazze minigonne pictures girls minidress of years sixties seventies anni 60 70

Miniskirts 60's 70's • Galleria immagini ragazze minigonne pictures girls minidress of years sixties seventies anni 60 70

Having enlisted in the RAFVR on 2 August 1940 and posted from the Czechoslovak Depot at RAF Cosford to No 6 OTU at RAF Sutton Bridge on 21 September to convert to the Hurricane Mk I, Sgt Václav Foglar joined No 245 Squadron RAF at RAF Aldergrove on 18 October, where the 24-year-old Czech remained until 10 November.

Having enlisted in the RAFVR on 2 August 1940 and posted from the Czechoslovak Depot at RAF Cosford to No 6 OTU at RAF Sutton Bridge on 21 September to convert to the Hurricane Mk I, Sgt Václav Foglar joined No 245 Squadron RAF at RAF Aldergrove on 18 October, where the 24-year-old Czech remained until 10 November.

Shirley Slade, WWII WASP pilot of B-26 and B-39.

Shirley Slade, WWII WASP pilot of B-26 and B-39.

RAAF crew

RAAF crew

Un pilota della RAF tra un volo e l'altro, 1942

Un pilota della RAF tra un volo e l'altro, 1942

Flying Officer J F Greenam (in the centre) and his crew, photographed in front of Lancaster W4201 of No 57 Squadron at Scampton, February 1943. This image was part of a sequence taken for an Air Ministry picture story entitled ‘T for Tommy Makes a Sortie’, which portrayed the events surrounding a single Lancaster bomber and its crew during a typical operation.

Flying Officer J F Greenam (in the centre) and his crew, photographed in front of Lancaster W4201 of No 57 Squadron at Scampton, February 1943. This image was part of a sequence taken for an Air Ministry picture story entitled ‘T for Tommy Makes a Sortie’, which portrayed the events surrounding a single Lancaster bomber and its crew during a typical operation.

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