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Bomber Command WWII - 156 Squadron RAF Pathfinder Force Group 8 operated out of Warboys and Upwood. Initially flying Wellingtons they converted to an all Lancaster Bomber Group.

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Lancaster, Crew and Support

One of the most iconic planes of the Second World War, the Avro Lancaster. Britains premier four-engined heavy bomber of which over were built.

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Rare Second World War pictures go on sale for Bomber Command appeal

A collection of previously unpublished pictures by one of Britain's most famous war photographers is to be reproduced for the first time to raise money for the Bomber Command Memorial Appeal.

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Lancaster crew and ground crew 1943
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Sgt Watson flew a total of 66 missions with 156 Squadron, all but one of them being with F/Lt W J Cleland DSO DFC.
Sgt Watson flew a total of 66 missions with 156 Squadron, all but one of them being with F/Lt W J Cleland DSO DFC.
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RAF ground crew servicing a Lancaster in 1943
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RAF ground crew servicing a Lancaster in 1943

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The ’round the clock’ bombing by RAF and USAAF necessitated closer liaison between the two bomber forces, and even at squadron level goodwill visits between neighbouring units helped foster the spirit of co-operation. Here a B-17 Flying Fortress crew of the 96th Bomb Group, US Eighth Air Force, mingle with Lancaster crews of No 622 Squadron at Mildenhall in the spring of 1944.

A Flying Fortress crew of the Bomb Group, US Eighth Air Force, mingle with Lancaster crews of No 622 Squadron at RAF Mildenhall in the spring of

The last member of the crew of a Avro Lancaster of No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron getting ready his parachutes before boarding the aircraft for a sortie over Germany. Note the aircraft has its engines running. Photograph taken at RAF Faldingworth, summer 1944. The Lancaster is LL804, BH-F, "Lady in the Champagne Glass", commanded by Wing Commander Teofil Pożyczka, the CO of the squadron.

HU The last member of the crew of a Avro Lancaster of No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron getting ready his parachutes before boarding the aircraft for a sortie over Germany

The cockpit of the Avro Lancaster 1, the famous WW2 Heavy Bomber  © Trustees of the RAF Museum : Notice, they didn't have a co-pilot!

The cockpit of the Avro Lancaster the famous Heavy Bomber © Trustees of the RAF Museum : Notice, they didn't have a co-pilot!

156 Squadron RAF

Bomber Command WWII - 156 Squadron RAF Pathfinder Force Group 8 operated out of Warboys and Upwood. Initially flying Wellingtons they converted to an all Lancaster Bomber Group.

In front of No. 625 Squadron, RAF Lancaster CF-U2 "We're Take Anything"  L-R: Fuoco (M/U); Serienko (R/G); Reay (W/O); Greensdale (P); Faloon (B/A); Hallgren (N); Wharton (F/E

In front of No. 625 Squadron, RAF Lancaster CF-U2 "We're Take Anything" L-R: Fuoco (M/U); Serienko (R/G); Reay (W/O); Greensdale (P); Faloon (B/A); Hallgren (N); Wharton (F/E

27 April 1944: Fire fighting on a Lancaster bomber’s wing Ground crew servicing an Avro Lancaster of No 300 Polish Bomber Squadron RAF at Faldingworth, Lincolnshire.

27 April Fire fighting on a Lancaster bomber’s wing Ground crew servicing an Avro Lancaster of No 300 Polish Bomber Squadron RAF at Faldingworth, Lincolnshire.

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Briefing for the crew of a heavy Stirling bomber - RAF Methwold, Norfolk, England - World War 2

LANCASTER CELEBRATES ITS 100TH OPERATIONAL FLIGHT, WADDINGTON, LINCOLNSHIRE, MAY 1944

LANCASTER CELEBRATES ITS 100TH OPERATIONAL FLIGHT, WADDINGTON, LINCOLNSHIRE, MAY 1944

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