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Various aircraft at RAF Mandy, England, United Kingdom, 1940sWAAF personnel and ground crew members waving off Pilot Officer W. H. Eager RCAF and his crew of a Lancaster B Mark I bomber of No. 61 Squadron RAF, RAF Syerston, Flintham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, 1942-1943; this bomber was later lost during a raid on Mannheim, Germany on 10 Aug 1943Leading Aircraftwoman Lilian Yule tractoring a Avro Lancaster B Mark III bomber of No. 49 Squadron RAF to its dispersal slot at RAF Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 1942-1944; this bomber, DV238, was later lost during a raid on Berlin, Germany during the night of 16-17 Dec 1944 with No. 44 Squadron RAFWAAF signals officer testing the intercom system in an Avro Lancaster aircraft at a Bomber Command station, United Kingdom, 1942-1945
Various aircraft at RAF Mandy, England, United Kingdom, 1940sWAAF personnel and ground crew members waving off Pilot Officer W. H. Eager RCAF and his crew of a Lancaster B Mark I bomber of No. 61 Squadron RAF, RAF Syerston, Flintham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, 1942-1943; this bomber was later lost during a raid on Mannheim, Germany on 10 Aug 1943Leading Aircraftwoman Lilian Yule tractoring a Avro Lancaster B Mark III bomber of No. 49 Squadron RAF to its dispersal slot at RAF Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 1942-1944; this bomber, DV238, was later lost during a raid on Berlin, Germany during the night of 16-17 Dec 1944 with No. 44 Squadron RAFWAAF signals officer testing the intercom system in an Avro Lancaster aircraft at a Bomber Command station, United Kingdom, 1942-1945
Lancaster bomber of No 1 Group, RAF Bomber Command over Hamburg, Germany, night of 30-31 Jan 1943King George VI inspecting ground crewmen during his visit to No. 617 Squadron (Dambusters) and No. 57 Squadron at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943; note Lancaster B Mk I bomber British Lancaster bombers of No 50 Squadron RAF flying in loose formation over Lincolnshire, England, UK, 23 Jul 1943RAAF Flight Sergeant Roberts Dunstan posing outside of a tail gun position of a Lancaster bomber, Britain, 9 Sep 1943
Lancaster bomber of No 1 Group, RAF Bomber Command over Hamburg, Germany, night of 30-31 Jan 1943King George VI inspecting ground crewmen during his visit to No. 617 Squadron (Dambusters) and No. 57 Squadron at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943; note Lancaster B Mk I bomber 'Frederick III', the aircraft of Wing Commander Campbell Hopcroft, commanding officer of No. 57 SquadronBritish Lancaster bombers of No 50 Squadron RAF flying in loose formation over Lincolnshire, England, UK, 23 Jul 1943RAAF Flight Sergeant Roberts Dunstan posing outside of a tail gun position of a Lancaster bomber, Britain, 9 Sep 1943
Lancaster B Mk I (Special) bomber of No. 617 Squadron RAF with a Grand Slam bomb running an engine test, RAF Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 1944Prime Minister John Curtin speaking to RAF Binbrook station commander Group Captain Hughie Edwards, 1944WAAF armourer belting up ammunition for a Lancaster bomber, RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, Feb 1944Lancaster BII “Fanny Ferkin II” s/n DS842 of No. 514 Squadron landing at RAF Deenethorpe, base of the USAAF 401st Bomb Group, for a lecture tour of American bases, May 1944
Lancaster B Mk I (Special) bomber of No. 617 Squadron RAF with a Grand Slam bomb running an engine test, RAF Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 1944Prime Minister John Curtin speaking to RAF Binbrook station commander Group Captain Hughie Edwards, 1944WAAF armourer belting up ammunition for a Lancaster bomber, RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, Feb 1944Lancaster BII “Fanny Ferkin II” s/n DS842 of No. 514 Squadron landing at RAF Deenethorpe, base of the USAAF 401st Bomb Group, for a lecture tour of American bases, May 1944
Prime Minister John Curtin and Captain Hugh Edwards before Lancaster bomber Prime Minister John Curtin exiting from Lancaster bomber 101 Squadron Lancaster dropped 1 4,000-lb HC 101 Squadron Lancaster dropped its bomb load over Duisburg, Germany during Operation Hurricane, 14 Oct 1944
Prime Minister John Curtin and Captain Hugh Edwards before Lancaster bomber 'G for George' at RAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, circa May 1944Prime Minister John Curtin exiting from Lancaster bomber 'G for George', RAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, circa May 1944101 Squadron Lancaster dropped 1 4,000-lb HC 'cookie' bomb and 108 30-lb 'J' incendiary bombs over Duisburg, Germany during Operation Hurricane, 14 Oct 1944101 Squadron Lancaster dropped its bomb load over Duisburg, Germany during Operation Hurricane, 14 Oct 1944
Wing Commander J. B. Tait (5th from left) with his crew in front of their Lancaster B Mk I (Special) bomber, RAF Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 13 Nov 1944A British Lancaster bomber dropping food parcels for the starving residents of Ypenburg, Netherlands as part of Operation Manna, May 1945.Groundcrew of No. 514 Squadron of Lancaster bombers at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, England loading food parcels into an airplane’s bomb bay for dropping on the Netherlands during Operation Manna, May 1945.Two Royal Australian Air Force Avro Lincoln heavy bombers flying over Sembawang naval base, Singapore, 2 Jun 1953
Wing Commander J. B. Tait (5th from left) with his crew in front of their Lancaster B Mk I (Special) bomber, RAF Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 13 Nov 1944A British Lancaster bomber dropping food parcels for the starving residents of Ypenburg, Netherlands as part of Operation Manna, May 1945.Groundcrew of No. 514 Squadron of Lancaster bombers at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire, England loading food parcels into an airplane’s bomb bay for dropping on the Netherlands during Operation Manna, May 1945.Two Royal Australian Air Force Avro Lincoln heavy bombers flying over Sembawang naval base, Singapore, 2 Jun 1953

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