Piloti 313. stíhací peruti RAF na základně Hornchurch na jaře 1942. František Fajtl (uprostřed nad vlajkou) tehdy velel jedné z jejích letek.
Artwork showing the RAFs Hurricane Squadrons duing the Battle of Britain by aviationclassics 0A
WWII Czech Pilot RAF Natal Squadron on Bicycle w/ Mascot Dog Kuppee Press Photo
1943- Czech pilot officer of R.A.F. Natal Squadron gives mascot dog "Kuppee" a bicycle ride after bombing trip.
No. 310 & 311 Czechoslovak (Virtual) Squadron RAF
WWII ....... FEMALE PILOT
Sgt David E Lloyd of No 19 Squadron RAF is captured by AM photographer Stanley Devon at RAF Fowlmere in September 1940. Lloyd was posted to the squadron at the satellite airfield on 12 September and shared in destroying a Ju 88 on 18 September before being posted to No 92 Squadron RAF in November.
Top:Rolf Arne Berg, Leif Lundsten, Kristian Nyerrød, Rolf Engelsen (?) Bottom: Martin Gran, Tarald Weisteen, Einar Sem-Olsen, Reidar Haave-Olsen
P-40 of the 79th Fighter Group 84th Fighter Squadron North Africa
F/O Leonard A Haines saw initial action when the routine of convoy duties off the east coast No 19 Squadron RAF was involved in was broken by the move to RAF Hornchurch on 25 May 1940 to provide support for the evacuation of the BEF from Dunkirk. Flying Spitfire Mk I QV-I on 1 June, Haines claimed an Me 109 destroyed 2m northeast of the French port and on a later patrol a He 111 damaged.