American volunteer pilots of No.121 (Eagle) Sqaudron playing poker in the dispersal hut at RAF Rochford in Essex during August 1942.
The temporary Filter Room set up at RAF Fighter Command HQ at Bentley Priory, Stanmore, Middlesex, 14 February 1940.
 A pre-First World War demonstration of a two man kite designed by Samuel Franklin Cody for use by the British Army's Royal Engineers Balloon Section.
Operations aboard HMS HERMES during a NATO exercise in the Atlantic, August 1962.
Avro Lancaster Mk I R5740/`KM-O' of No. 44 Squadron at Waddington in Lincolnshire, 29 September 1942. At the controls is Squadron Leader Pat Burnett, 'B' Flight Commander.
Sopwith F1 Camel, single-seat scout.
Supermarine Spitfire Mark VC of No. 73 Operational Training Unit in flight over Egypt, January 1943.
American volunteer pilots of No.121 (Eagle) Squadron run to their aircraft at RAF Rochford in Essex, August 1942.
Aircrews of No. 149 Squadron RAF approach a line of Vickers Wellington Mark IAs at Mildenhall, Suffolk for an early morning training sortie.   The Squadron's operations at this time were directed mostly against German naval installations and shipping.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk VBs of No. 81 Squadron RAF, June 1942.
Men of the Norfolk Regiment with part of a German bomb which was dropped from a Zeppelin, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, 19 January 1915.
Supermarine Spitfire Mk XIVe RB140 in March 1944. This aircraft served operationally with Nos. 616 and 610 Squadrons, but was destroyed in a landing accident at Lympne on 30 October 1944.