Wellesley bomber of No. 14 Squadron RAF preparing for takeoff, Transjordan, late 1930sWellesley Mark I K7740 of Torpedo Development Unit, Gosport, Hampshire, late 1930sWellesley bombers in flight, date unknownWellesley bombers in flight, date unknown
Wellesley bomber of No. 14 Squadron RAF preparing for takeoff, Transjordan, late 1930sWellesley Mark I K7740 of Torpedo Development Unit, Gosport, Hampshire, late 1930sWellesley bombers in flight, date unknownWellesley bombers in flight, date unknown
Wellsley Type 292 aircraft of the Long-Range Development unit, date unknownWellesley Mark I (L2673 KU-C) of No. 47 Squadron RAF based at Agordat, Eritrea in flight, Feb-Mar 1941Wellesley Mark I K7775 KU-N of No. 47 Squadron RAF based at Agordat, Italian Eritrea, in flight, circa Feb-Mar 1941Pilot Officer Kennedy of No. 47 Squadron RAF Detachment inspecting his Wellesley bomber after engagement with two CR.42 fighters, Agordat, Eritrea, 25 Mar 1941; his gunner Sergeant German was killed
Wellsley Type 292 aircraft of the Long-Range Development unit, date unknownWellesley Mark I (L2673 KU-C) of No. 47 Squadron RAF based at Agordat, Eritrea in flight, Feb-Mar 1941Wellesley Mark I K7775 KU-N of No. 47 Squadron RAF based at Agordat, Italian Eritrea, in flight, circa Feb-Mar 1941Pilot Officer Kennedy of No. 47 Squadron RAF Detachment inspecting his Wellesley bomber after engagement with two CR.42 fighters, Agordat, Eritrea, 25 Mar 1941; his gunner Sergeant German was killed
British Royal Air Force Vickers Wellesley light bomber kicking up a dust cloud during a take off from an East African airstrip, 15 May 1941.
British Royal Air Force Vickers Wellesley light bomber kicking up a dust cloud during a take off from an East African airstrip, 15 May 1941.
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