British Aircraft Constructors' Show - Victor Bomber - Royal Aircraft Establishment - Farnborough
The crescent-shaped Handley Page Victor bomber, which is one of the RAF's largest planes. It was making an appearance at the Technicians' Day at the Society of British Aircraft Constructors' Annual Show at the Royal Aircraft Establishment in Farnborough, Hampshire.
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Rugby Union - The Army v The Royal Air Force - Twickenham
The Army Team. (Back row l-r) L. Griffin (referee), Lieut. J R Willcox (East Lancashire Regiment), Corp B. Saville (The Duke of Wellington's Regiment), Cfn. R. E. Young (R.E.M.E), Lieut C. J. B. Edgecombe (the Buffs), P.t.e E. Lightfoot (R.A.S.C), L/cpl A. F Rickets (R.E.M.E), Lieut. D. S. Gilbert-Smith MC (The Duke of Wellington's Regiment) and Major W. E. Townsend (R.A.E.C) Touch judge. (front row l-r) Lieut N. C. G. Raffle (R.E), Capt D. W. Shuttleworth (The Duke of Wellington's regiment), Lieut H. G. Greatwood (Captain, the East Surrey Regiment), Corp. H. J. Morgan (R.E.M.E), Lieut. R. J. Moyle (R.E.M.E) and Lieut. A. Godson (Royal Signals). (kneeling l-r) Gnr R. G. Chisnall (R.A) and Lieut K. McLean (R.A.M.C).
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Raf Fighter Pilots : C1940
c1940 : The Battle of Britain. Two Royal Air Force pilots from Fighter Command walking from an aircraft during the Second World War. (L-R) Pilot Officer James Reginald Bryan Meaker, No 249 Squadron, based at RAF North Weald, and Flying Officer Percival Ross Frances Burton, No 249 Squadron, based at RAF North Weald.
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