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A flight of North American Harvard IIAs from No 20 Service Flying Training School being flown in formation by RAF trainee pilots participating in the Commonwealth Joint Air Training Programme

Stirling Bomber - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June 1942

the-wolvesden: “ Shorts Stirling - 149 Squadron RAF, Mildenhall, Suffolk, England - June Image source.

In August 1942 Lancaster I R5727 became the first of its type to fly the Atlantic, having been chosen as the pattern machine for production of the Lancaster in Canada. It is seen here at Prestwick airport before the flight. [IWM]

In August 1942 Lancaster I became the first of its type to fly the Atlantic, having been chosen as the pattern machine for production of the Lancaster in Canada. It is seen here at Prestwick airport before the flight.

Mustangs, No. 315 (City of Deblin) Polish Fighter Squadron RAF.

british-eevee: “ Mustang Mk III fighters at rest at an airfield in England (note the polish squadron markings on the nose) (Date unknown)" pin by Paolo Marzioli

Mustang -- my dad was a flight instructor on these in WWII.

North American Mustang I - entered RAF service with the 26 Squadron RAF in January The Mustang used an Allison V - 1710 engine.

RAF Coastal Command Liberators of 120 and 86 Sqn at RAF Aldergrove, N Ireland c1943

RAF Coastal Command Liberators of 120 and 86 Sqn at RAF Aldergrove, N Ireland

“ Wellington Mk X of RAF Coastal Command in flight (Date and location unknown) ”

This Wellington Mk X of Coastal Command was operated by 304 Polish Squadron RAF - World War 2

Ground crew refuelling a Hawker Hurricane Mk. I of Nº 501 Squadron RAF from an Albion AM 463 petrol bowser at Betheniville, France. May 1940 (Photo source - © IWM (C Royal Air Force official photographer - Devon S A (Mr) (Colour by Doug)

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