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Flight Lieutenant John Colton perches on his Hawker Typhoon in Manston, England, in July 1944.

Flight Lieutenant John Colton perches on his Hawker Typhoon in Manston, England, in July 1944.

"Upkeep" bouncing bomb mounted under Lancaster B III (Special). #Dambusters

"Upkeep" bouncing bomb mounted under Lancaster B III (Special). #Dambusters

Pilots of No 92 Squadron RAF pose in front of Spitfire Mk Ia QJ-P at RAF Manston on 6 February 1941, with the squadron scoreboard amended to record their 130th enemy aircraft destroyed. Sitting on the wing (third from left) is Sgt Ralph E "Tich" Havercroft, the unit's shortest airmen at 5ft 2in. There were several aircraft requiring repair following night landing accidents, including the one depicted that crashed at RAF Pembrey on 31 August, when Havercroft became disorientated by ground…

Pilots of No 92 Squadron RAF pose in front of Spitfire Mk Ia QJ-P at RAF Manston on 6 February 1941, with the squadron scoreboard amended to record their 130th enemy aircraft destroyed. Sitting on the wing (third from left) is Sgt Ralph E "Tich" Havercroft, the unit's shortest airmen at 5ft 2in. There were several aircraft requiring repair following night landing accidents, including the one depicted that crashed at RAF Pembrey on 31 August, when Havercroft became disorientated by ground…

Typhoon Mk Ib PR-F Mavis, seen at RAF Manston in May 1943, was the personal mount of F/O Peter E "Slosher" Raw of No 609 Squadron RAF, carrying the name of his wife and displaying 18 locomotives destroyed in ground attacks in Northern France and Belgium during three months. Leaving the unit on 17 June 1943, Raw was killed in action by anti-aircraft fire over Holland as a flight lieutenant in No 183 Squadron RAF on 21 March 1944, during a sweep by 6 Typhoon Mk Ib fighter bombers.

Typhoon Mk Ib PR-F Mavis, seen at RAF Manston in May 1943, was the personal mount of F/O Peter E "Slosher" Raw of No 609 Squadron RAF, carrying the name of his wife and displaying 18 locomotives destroyed in ground attacks in Northern France and Belgium during three months. Leaving the unit on 17 June 1943, Raw was killed in action by anti-aircraft fire over Holland as a flight lieutenant in No 183 Squadron RAF on 21 March 1944, during a sweep by 6 Typhoon Mk Ib fighter bombers.

Nakajima Ki84 Hayate N3385G ONT 18.10.70 edited-3 - 四式戦闘機 - Wikipedia 中島 キ84 四式戦闘機「疾風」

Nakajima Ki84 Hayate N3385G ONT 18.10.70 edited-3 - 四式戦闘機 - Wikipedia 中島 キ84 四式戦闘機「疾風」

A line of Gloster Meteor F Mark Is and IIIs of No. 616 Squadron RAF is refuelled at Manston, Kent.

A line of Gloster Meteor F Mark Is and IIIs of No. 616 Squadron RAF is refuelled at Manston, Kent.

Wartime humour = putting post stamps on a bomb…  This photo was taken with the 609 typhoon squadron in Manston. The black and white stripes on the underside were no invasion stripes but recognition stripes to avoid friendly fire. When the hawker typhoon was introduced, the anti-aircraft batteries sometimes identified them as focke wulfs.

Wartime humour = putting post stamps on a bomb… This photo was taken with the 609 typhoon squadron in Manston. The black and white stripes on the underside were no invasion stripes but recognition stripes to avoid friendly fire. When the hawker typhoon was introduced, the anti-aircraft batteries sometimes identified them as focke wulfs.

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