LANCASTER BOMBERS ON THEIR WAY TO ATTACK ENEMY OBJECTIVES
Original wartime caption: Lancaster of R.A.F. Bomber Command are constantly on the offensive, attacking industrial and military objectives in Germany and occupied-Europe, and creating havoc to the German war machine. Picture (issued 1944) shows - Rear turret of a Lancaster bomber.
[Photo] 101 Squadron Lancaster dropped its bomb load over Duisburg, Germany during Operation Hurricane, 14 Oct 1944
[Photo] 101 Squadron Lancaster dropped its bomb load over Duisburg, Germany during Operation Hurricane, 14 Oct 1944 | World War II Database
Avro Lancasters of the Royal Air Force 57 Squadron | Wings Tracks Guns
Avro Lancasters of No. 57 Squadron lined up at dusk before an operation, Scampton in Lincolnshire, February 1943. ©IWM
Avro Lancaster B Mark III.
ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND, 1942-1945. Leading Aircraftwoman Lilian Yule tractors Avro Lancaster B Mark III, DV238 'EA-O', of No. 49 Squadron RAF to its dispersal slot at Fiskerton, Lincolnshire. DV238 later went to No. 44 Squadron RAF with whom it was lost during a raid on Berlin on 16/17 December 1944. Creator: Royal Air Force official photographer Source: © IWM (CH 13716)
ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945: BOMBER COMMAND
CH 17863. Flying Officer J Sanders DFC (third from right) and his cheerful crew of No 617 Squadron with their Lancaster ME562/KC-K following the successful daylight operation against the Tirpitz in Tromso Fjord in Norway on 12 November 1944
THE LANCASTER III [a development of earlier Lancaster bomber type].
Original wartime caption: Picture (issued 1944) shows - A curious study in reflections. Two of the ground crew of a Lancaster II stand at its rain-soaked dispersal point.
FLIGHT ENGINEERS IN TRAINING :
Original wartime caption: For story see CH.12466 Picture (issued 1944) shows - Still grounded, but working as closely as possible to actual flying conditions and wearing oxygen mask and flying kit, a flight engineer cadet reads off his instrument panel and makes a log report.