'The First Lancaster Bomber Aircraft to Land in North Africa from England after Bombing the German Base at Friedrichshafen, 1943'
RAF armourers load a 250lb bomb into the bomb bay of a Wellington of No 38 Squadron, RAF Shallufa, Egypt, 1942
Flying Officer Neville Duke of No 92 (East India) Squadron with his Spitfire at RAF Biggin Hill, 1941. After the war, Neville Duke became one of Britain's leading test pilots and broke the World Air Speed Record in 1953
Alexandria : No. 230 Squadron RAF Sunderland Flying Boat Station. Portrait of an airman standing inside a Sunderland.
A company of WAAFs marches past a barrage balloon maintenance hangar, RAF Cardington, Bedfordshire, 1941
Ground crew overhaul the engine of a RAF Airspeed Oxford in a maintenance hanger, Britain, 1941
A few words from a fellow pilot before the engine-start of Supermarine Spitfire Mark IX,
A view looking down on an aerodrome with a stream of pilots crossing the tarmac to reach their planes which stand in the distance. In the upper left a Lockheed Hudson is coming in to land.
Refuelling a Spitfire of No 19 Squadron at Fowlmere during the Battle of Britain, September 1940.