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- Spatial Coverage is exactly "Scotland--Elgin"
Tags: 1654 HCU; 20 OTU; 207 Squadron; 4 Group; 5 Group; 57 Squadron; 617 Squadron; 7 Squadron; 97 Squadron; air gunner; Air Gunnery School; aircrew; anti-aircraft fire; B-17; B-24; Bennett, Donald Clifford Tyndall (1910-1986); bomb aimer; bombing; bombing of Helgoland (18 April 1945); briefing; Catalina; Chamberlain, Neville (1869-1940); crewing up; debriefing; demobilisation; Distinguished Flying Cross; Distinguished Flying Medal; Distinguished Service Order; Eder Möhne and Sorpe operation (16–17 May 1943); entertainment; flight engineer; flight mechanic; Flying Training School; George VI, King of Great Britain (1895-1952); Gibson, Guy Penrose (1918-1944); ground crew; ground personnel; H2S; Halifax; Hampden; hangar; Harris, Arthur Travers (1892-1984); Harvard; Heavy Conversion Unit; Hudson; Hurricane; Ju 88; killed in action; Lancaster; love and romance; Manchester; Master Bomber; Me 110; Me 262; mechanics engine; mess; military living conditions; military service conditions; mine laying; Mosquito; navigator; Navy, Army and Air Force Institute; Nissen hut; Oboe; Operation Exodus (1945); Operation Manna (29 Apr – 8 May 1945); Operational Training Unit; Oxford; Pathfinders; pilot; radar; RAF Barkstone Heath; RAF Bassingbourn; RAF Benson; RAF Bourn; RAF Brize Norton; RAF Colerne; RAF Cosford; RAF Cranwell; RAF Dunkeswell; RAF East Kirkby; RAF Elvington; RAF Fairford; RAF Halton; RAF Lossiemouth; RAF Melton Mowbray; RAF Mepal; RAF Oakington; RAF Padgate; RAF Pershore; RAF Scampton; RAF Silverstone; RAF St Athan; RAF Stormy Down; RAF Swinderby; RAF Talbenny; RAF Tangmere; RAF Upper Heyford; RAF Upwood; RAF Uxbridge; RAF Valley; RAF Warboys; RAF Wigsley; RAF Wing; recruitment; Resistance; Spitfire; sport; Stirling; target indicator; training; V-1; V-2; V-weapon; Victoria Cross; Wellington; Whitley; Window; wireless operator; Women’s Auxiliary Air Force
Tags: 1669 HCU; 20 OTU; 227 Squadron; Advanced Flying Unit; aircrew; Cook’s tour; Flying Training School; Halifax; Halifax Mk 2; Heavy Conversion Unit; Initial Training Wing; Lancaster; Lancaster Finishing School; Lancaster Mk 1; Lancaster Mk 3; Operation Exodus (1945); Operational Training Unit; pilot; RAF Acaster Malbis; RAF Balderton; RAF Bruntingthorpe; RAF Clyffe Pypard; RAF Graveley; RAF Langar; RAF Little Staughton; RAF Lossiemouth; RAF Strubby; RAF Syerston; RAF Sywell; RAF Wilmslow; RAF Wyton; Tiger Moth; training; Wellington
Tags: 102 Squadron; 4 Group; 617 Squadron; 77 Squadron; air gunner; Air Observers School; aircrew; Anson; anti-aircraft fire; bale out; Bismarck; bomb aimer; bomb trolley; bombing; bombing of Dresden (13 - 15 February 1945); Churchill, Winston (1874-1965); crewing up; Distinguished Flying Cross; Distinguished Flying Medal; entertainment; Flying Training School; Gee; H2S; Halifax; Halifax Mk 2; Halifax Mk 3; Harris, Arthur Travers (1892-1984); Heavy Conversion Unit; Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945); Initial Training Wing; killed in action; lack of moral fibre; Lancaster; Me 110; memorial; mid-air collision; military living conditions; military service conditions; mine laying; missing in action; navigator; Nissen hut; Oboe; Operational Training Unit; Pathfinders; perception of bombing war; pilot; prisoner of war; RAF Driffield; RAF Elvington; RAF Full Sutton; RAF Hartford Bridge; RAF Jurby; RAF Kinloss; RAF Lossiemouth; RAF Melbourne; RAF Pocklington; RAF Rufforth; RAF Syerston; RAF Torquay; service vehicle; Stalin, Joseph (1878-1953); Stearman; target indicator; Tiger Moth; training; V-1; V-2; V-weapon; Wellington; Whitley; Window; wireless operator
Tags: 578 Squadron; aircrew; bombing; bombing of Luftwaffe night-fighter airfields (15 August 1944); bombing of the Pas de Calais V-1 sites (24/25 June 1944); crash; entertainment; faith; Gee; ground personnel; love and romance; military discipline; military living conditions; military service conditions; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); pilot; RAF Rufforth; tactical support for Normandy troops; training; Women’s Auxiliary Air Force