For Victory Mark Postlethwaite.
An Avro Lancaster of RAF Bomber Command heads out over the east
coast of England on another dangerous bombing mission in 1943.
The rear gunner spots a fleeting V for Victory sign painted in
the clouds by the setting sun, hopefully a good omen for the night
Glory Mark Postlethwaite. A Handley Page Halifax of RAF Bomber
Command makes its final approach to land after a long and difficult
night over Germany. The seven crew members and a rabbit all contemplate
their luck in surviving another close encounter with the enemy. |
Duties Richard Taylor. On Wednesday 22 June 1938 a new sound
was heard over the humid streets of Singapore as four Bristol
Pegasus radial engines heralded the arrival of the RAF’s
newest flying-boat, the Short Sunderland. With a range approaching
3,000 miles it was ideal for the long-range maritime reconnaissance