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Air Force Gallery

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Choose from 7 pictures in our Air Force collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


A striking picture of Cataline flying boat taking off on the 24-hour patrol over the Atlantic
A striking picture of Cataline flying boat taking off on the 24-hour patrol over the Atlantic
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World War One - Aviation A Short Type 827 British two-seat reconnaissance seaplane
World War One - Aviation A Short Type 827 British two-seat reconnaissance seaplane
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World War One - Aviation The German Dornier Rs
World War One - Aviation The German Dornier Rs
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Winston Churchill in Air Commodores uniform stands hand on hip as he addresses 615
Winston Churchill in Air Commodores uniform stands hand on hip as he addresses 615
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The Fairey Delta II which shattered the world air speed record by reaching 1, 132
The Fairey Delta II which shattered the world air speed record by reaching 1, 132
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Londoners had their first view of the squadron of US Army Air Force Super Fortresses
Londoners had their first view of the squadron of US Army Air Force Super Fortresses
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RAF fighter pilot of 602 Squadron at dispersal - playing chess while waiting for
RAF fighter pilot of 602 Squadron at dispersal - playing chess while waiting for
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Londoners had their first view of the squadron of US Army Air Force Super Fortresses Featured Image

Londoners had their first view of the squadron of US Army Air Force Super Fortresses

Londoners had their first view of the squadron of US Army Air Force Super Fortresses when it flew across the city on the first of two demonstration flights today. The planes, which arrived in England earlier this week, paying a goodwill and training visits to the RAF and in doing so practising improved techniques of overwater navigation. Leaving their base at Marham Airfield, Norfolk, they flew on to Chelmsford, over London to the south coast, turning at Plymouth to Bristol and Swansea, and then over Oxford and Cambridge to return to their base, at all times keeping below cloud base to enable the thousands of people to see them.
Picture shows: an aerial picture showing part of the squadron of super fortresses flying over the south coast line at Brighton today.
11 June 1947

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