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Royal Air Force (RAF): Airbus A330 Voyager KC2 (A330-243MRTT)

Photo taken at Luqa - Malta International (MLA / LMML) in Malta on September

Flak damage to the tail of an RAF Lancaster bomber

Rear turret of Short Stirling I heavy bomber of 75 Squadron riddled with holes after being attacked by a night fighter near Duesburg - April 1943

Spitfire Mk I LZ-N is refuelled at RAF Gravesend in September 1940. The aircraft was assigned to S/L Rupert HA "Lucky" Leigh of No 66 Squadron RAF and was downed in combat over Westerham on 17 October, carrying P/O Hugh W Reilley, aged 22, to his death.

Spitfire Mk I LZ-N is refuelled at RAF Gravesend in September The aircraft was assigned to S/L Rupert HA "Lucky" Leigh of No 66 Squadron RAF and was downed in combat over Westerham on 17 October, carrying P/O Hugh W Reilley to his death.

Hawker Hurricane Mk I of No. 85 Squadron, July 1940. The battery cart is plugged in and a member of the ground crew on standby beneath the wing, ready to start the engine as soon as the alarm is given.

October 1940 RAF ground crew relaxing in shade of the wing of a Hurricane fighter plane in between sorties during the Battle of Britain.

Spitfire I of 609 Squadron at RAF Northolt, Spring 1940. With the kind permission of Mrs H. Scott

Spitfire (PR-E) of (West Riding) Squadron sits at readiness at Middle Wallop in the summer of Sgt Alan Feary destroyed three enemy aircraft flying this machine.

Ground crew attend to Spitfire Mk I GR-A after a landing accident at RAF Pembrey on 22 July 1940. The pilot was Sgt Ronald H "Ronnie" Fokes who returned from a night sortie when the port undercarriage leg collapsed. At the time, No 92 Squadron RAF used the code GR when based at the airfield and QJ when stationed at RAF Biggin Hill.

Ground crew attend to Spitfire Mk I GR-A after a landing accident at RAF Pembrey…

RAF - MOSQUITO

British de Havilland Mosquito F for Freddie with 203 ops - It ultimately flew more than any other Allied fighter.

US Navy Pilot with his Spitfire Mk V of VSC7 Used for naval gun spotting June 1944

US Navy Pilot with his Spitfire Mk V of Used for naval gun spotting June 1944

Sqn Ldr Rupert Leigh, CO of No. 66 Squadron, straps into Spitfire Mk I R6800, LZ-N, at Gravesend in September 1940. © IWM (H 59063)

Sqn Ldr Rupert Leigh, CO of No. 66 Squadron, straps into Spitfire Mk I R6800, LZ-N, at Gravesend in September 1940. © IWM (H 59063)

Wellington's fuselages at Brooklands at the beginning of the assembly process - Note geodesic construction

Wellington's fuselages at Brooklands at the beginning of the assembly process - - RAF - Dambusters

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