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Close up of the nose insignia on Handley Page Halifax B Mark III, LV907 'NP-F' "Friday the Thirteenth", of No. 158 Squadron RAF, after returning to Lissett, Yorkshire, from its 100th operational sortie, a night raid on Gelsenkirchen, Germany. LV907 was so named because it was delivered to the Squadron on 13 January 1944, and was accordingly painted with depictions of various unlucky omens. However, it completed 128 successful sorties before being struck off charge in May 1945

Close up of the nose insignia on Handley Page Halifax B Mark III, LV907 'NP-F' "Friday the Thirteenth", of No. 158 Squadron RAF, after returning to Lissett, Yorkshire, from its 100th operational sortie, a night raid on Gelsenkirchen, Germany. LV907 was so named because it was delivered to the Squadron on 13 January 1944, and was accordingly painted with depictions of various unlucky omens. However, it completed 128 successful sorties before being struck off charge in May 1945

Handley Page Halifax B. Mk.III (Fonderie Miniature 1/48)

Handley Page Halifax B. Mk.III (Fonderie Miniature 1/48)

World War II #airforce #typography

World War II #airforce #typography

World War II Airplane, Kittyhawk P-40, Found In Egyptian Desert 70 Years After Crashing (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

LOOK: Crashed WWII Plane Found After 70 Years In Desert

World War II Airplane, Kittyhawk P-40, Found In Egyptian Desert 70 Years After Crashing (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

Stirling bomber rear FlaK damage

Stirling bomber rear FlaK damage

Second World War Fighter Plane Found Preserved In The Sahara

Second World War Fighter Plane Found Preserved In The Sahara

An Avro Lancaster of No. 514 Squadron RAF over the target during a Bomber Command attack on oil storage tanks at Bec d'Ambes in the Garonne estuary, 4 August 1944.

An Avro Lancaster of No. 514 Squadron RAF over the target during a Bomber Command attack on oil storage tanks at Bec d'Ambes in the Garonne estuary, 4 August 1944.

YORKSHIRE AIRFIELDS OF GROUP 4 - The concrete runway layout at RAF Pocklington was relatively unique at the time of its construction, in that four runways were actually constructed as opposed to the usual three. The reason for this was that the original east-west runway was too close to the village of Barmby Moor and, for safety reasons, was abandoned in favour of a fourth runway at a slightly altered angle.

The Forgotten Yorkshire Airfields of No. 4 Group, Bomber Command

YORKSHIRE AIRFIELDS OF GROUP 4 - The concrete runway layout at RAF Pocklington was relatively unique at the time of its construction, in that four runways were actually constructed as opposed to the usual three. The reason for this was that the original east-west runway was too close to the village of Barmby Moor and, for safety reasons, was abandoned in favour of a fourth runway at a slightly altered angle.

A Mark I 4,000-lb HC bomb ('cookie') is prepared for loading into Short Stirling Mark I, 'HA-D', of No. 218 Squadron RAF at Marham, Norfolk, before a night raid on Emden, Germany.

A Mark I 4,000-lb HC bomb ('cookie') is prepared for loading into Short Stirling Mark I, 'HA-D', of No. 218 Squadron RAF at Marham, Norfolk, before a night raid on Emden, Germany.

Short Stirling of 7 Sqn, Oakington

Short Stirling of 7 Sqn, Oakington

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