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A group of 21 uniformed men all wearing side caps. They are arranged in three rows, of nine, eight and four in front of an Anson. A Lincoln is behind with hangars in the background. The group is arranged around a sign reading 'D.$. Flight. Defford'.…

86 uniformed personnel of the occupational conversion unit including three women arranged in five rows in front of a Lincoln aircraft. David is standing far right in the third row. Nine men are sat cross legged on the grass with an alsatian dog in…

Six airmen in khaki in two rows in front of a Lincoln.

#1 is a Wellington with its landing gear down flying above some houses.
#2 is six airmen in khaki grouped in front of a Lincoln. Another copy at PSouterKP2127.

Lincoln RA672 in flight.
Three Lancasters in flight over a runway

A port side view of Lincoln RA672 in flight.


A group of airmen and ground crew arranged in front of a Lincoln. The men are in tropical khaki and shorts.

Nine Lincolns, viewed from above.


Two air to air photograph of three Lincolns, RE358, RF414 and RF575.
In the first they are seen from the port side.
In the second they are seen from above.


Pilot's flying log book. Two, for Ken Souter. Covering the period from 27 March 1951 to 24 March 1958. Detailing his flying training, flying duties with 83 and 150 Squadron and operations flown. He was stationed at 230 Operational Conversion Unit RAF…

Three men standing under the starboard inner engine of a Lincoln. Two men are in flying kit and the third is in khaki overalls.

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

Lincoln OL-A in flight over the limestone quarry at Gainsthorpe, to the north of Kirton in Lindsey. Information supplied with the collection states 'Donald Evans Piloting a Lincoln of 83rd taken from IBCC'.

This item was sent to the IBCC Digital…

Don is sitting in the cockpit of a Lincoln.

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

A book of notes used by flight engineers and pilots.

This item is available only at the International Bomber Command Centre / University of Lincoln.

Pilot's flying log book for Hugh Forth from 1 June 1953 to 28th May 1962.

Pilots flying log book three for H O Forth, covering the period from 2 January 1943 to 16 March 1946 and from 3 January 1950 to 20 May 1953. Detailing his flying training, instructor duties, operations flown, and post war flying with 77 Squadron. He…

Flying log book for A D Hope, Signaller, covering the period from 23 July 1952 to 29 October 1954. Detailing his flying duties with Number one overseas ferry unit and 167 Squadron. He was stationed at RAF Abingdon. Aircraft flown in were Valetta,…

A J M Hennington’s Navigator’s Flying Log Book covering the period from 02 September 1943 to 30 July 1946. Detailing his flying training and operations flown as navigator. He was stationed at RCAF Rivers (1 CNS), RAF Dumfries (10 OAFU), RAF…

A biography of Anthony David Lambert. He joined the RAFVR at age 19. He was shot down over the Baltic Sea and was able to swim ashore, where he was captured. He took part in the Long March. After the war he remained in the RAF.

Navigators, air bombers, air gunners, flight engineers log book 3 for F S W Jolliffe, navigator, covering the period from 7 October 1952 to 30 November 1956. Detailing his flying training and flying duties with experimental flying department, central…
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