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At the time of the Battle of Britain RAF fighter pilots were idolised by the public. These "Knights of the Air", or "the Few" as they came to be known, were regarded as heroes for the way they fought off the onslaught of the mighty Luftwaffe. The "hero" of "Agent of the Reich" has a somewhat less glamorous - though still important - job: he works for Balloon Command, the RAF department that organised the barrage balloon defences.

At the time of the Battle of Britain RAF fighter pilots were idolised by the public. These "Knights of the Air", or "the Few" as they came to be known, were regarded as heroes for the way they fought off the onslaught of the mighty Luftwaffe. The "hero" of "Agent of the Reich" has a somewhat less glamorous - though still important - job: he works for Balloon Command, the RAF department that organised the barrage balloon defences.

C: Deck crew spot checking Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless dive bombers of bombing squadron VB-12 on the flight deck of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CV-3), October 1943.

C: Deck crew spot checking Douglas SBD-5 Dauntless dive bombers of bombing squadron VB-12 on the flight deck of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Saratoga (CV-3), October 1943.

The IJN Carrier "Zuikaku" (瑞鶴) was a Shōkaku class ship

The IJN Carrier "Zuikaku" (瑞鶴) was a Shōkaku class ship

Japanese ace army pilot Isamu Kashiide he destroyed seven b-29 and damaged 26 others,making him the greatest B-29 hunter of the war!

Japanese ace army pilot Isamu Kashiide he destroyed seven b-29 and damaged 26 others,making him the greatest B-29 hunter of the war!

S/L Kenneth BB "Bing" Cross (left) sits on the wing of Hurricane Mk I LK-O with pilots of No 46 Squadron RAF at RAF Digby on 2 November 1939, following a visit of King George VI to the station. While the royal inspection was still underway, the pilots were ordered to its forward base at RAF North Coates, from which they returned the same evening, with the exception of Red Section. The aircraft from No 87 Squadron RAF was collected by a pilot from the Ferry Pool and flown for service in…

S/L Kenneth BB "Bing" Cross (left) sits on the wing of Hurricane Mk I LK-O with pilots of No 46 Squadron RAF at RAF Digby on 2 November 1939, following a visit of King George VI to the station. While the royal inspection was still underway, the pilots were ordered to its forward base at RAF North Coates, from which they returned the same evening, with the exception of Red Section. The aircraft from No 87 Squadron RAF was collected by a pilot from the Ferry Pool and flown for service in…

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