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Flight Sergeant Archibald Steele’s Flying Log Book as a pilot and flight engineer from 20th April 1943 to 10th September 1945. Flying training started with 19 Elementary Flying Training School then at 12 and 36 Service Flying Training Schools in…

Ray Parke trained as a flight engineer. During a training flight the pilot wanted to get back to base as soon as possible because he had a date but they were flying a Stirling. The pilot made an error on landing and the wheel stayed in the ditch and…

First, a group of 12 men in uniform and flying suits standing under the starboard wing of a Lancaster with David is standing sixth right. Five of the men are wearing side caps and five are wearing flying suits and parachute harnesses. Parachute bags…

First, crew member in the rear turret of a Lancaster with the guns raised.
Second, a head and shoulder studio portrait of David Charles Davies in uniform. He is bareheaded and has his sergeant's stripes are on his sleeve and his air gunner's brevet…

Navigators, air bombers, air gunners and flight engineers flying log book for Archie Henry Halliday from 30 August 1944 to 10 April 1945 detailing his training and operational duties. Training was with No.4 S of TT at RAF St. Athan and Heavy…

Six leave passes issued to Don.

This item was sent to the IBCC Digital Archive already in digital form. No better quality copies are available.

21 uniformed men all wearing half brevets. One is wearing a side cap with the others wearing peaked caps. Eight men are sat in front with two rows of standing men, of eight and five behind. The reverse is annotated 'No 6 flight engineers leaders…

24 Women's Auxiliary Air Force personnel with one Royal Air Force sergeant. He sits in between eight women on the front row with two rows, each of eight, standing behind. Annotated 'Ivor E Lewis' 'Penarth'.

The reverse has short messages and a…

On the left, a postcard captioned 'View from Penarth Head',
On the right, a postcard captioned 'The Esplanade, Penarth'.

Observer's and air gunners flying log book for Warrant Officer HVT Ward, flight engineer, from 15 September 1942 to 9 September 1945. Detailing his training schedule, operations flown and instructional duties.He was stationed at: RAF St. Athan, RAF…

N I Powell’s Flight Engineer’s Flying Log Book covering the period from 9 August 1944 to 25 April 1945. Detailing his flying training and operations flown as flight engineer. He was stationed at RAF St Athan (4 School of Technical Training, RAF…

Navigator’s, air bomber’s and air gunner’s flying log book for J G B Burnside, flight engineer, covering the period from 20 March 1943 to 14 July 1945. Detailing his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at…

Three men wearing swimming trunks, two sitting, and one standing behind a woman standing wearing a dress. All on a rocky hillside. On the reverse 'Gower peninsular August 1938, P. Peter Lambert, Marigold, Tim Allen'.

Left page:
Top left - view out to sea with cliffs on the right.
Top right - six men and a woman wearing summer clothes sitting on chairs round a table in grass field.
Middle left - two women wearing dresses on a beach with sea behind them.

Top page:
Top left - four women and a child standing in a winter village street with cars on the right and houses in the background.
Top right - a crowd of men and women and one child being carried making their way into a stone building with sign…

Half length image of a man wearing civilian shirt and trousers sitting. On the reverse 'Dick, Gower 1938'.

Two men in a canoe in the sea with rocks on left. On the reverse 'Tim Allen/Peter Lambert, Mewslade Bay, Gower, August 1938'.

J Flint’s Flying Log Book covering the period 30 August 1938 to 16 February 1944.
Detailing his flying training and operations flown as pilot. He was stationed at RAF Tollerton (27 E&RFTS), RAF Hanworth (5 EFTS), RAF Yatesbury (10 EFTS), RAF Brize…

Ken apologises to his sister for not having written. He explains a bit about his training to become an engineer. He hopes to fly Liberators when he finishes.

A card printed for RAF St Athan with an RAF crest on the front and a flying view of a Short Stirling inside. It is annotated 'Best wishes from Ken xxxxx'.
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