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Bottom left - full face b/w portrait photograph and announcement of award of V.C, reported missing.
Tags: 14 OTU; 5 Group; 50 Squadron; aircrew; Blenheim; bomb struck; bombing; civil defence; crash; Distinguished Flying Cross; flight engineer; ground personnel; heirloom; Home Guard; Ju 88; Lancaster; Lincoln; love and romance; lynching; Master Bomber; military living conditions; military service conditions; navigator; Operational Training Unit; Pathfinders; pilot; prisoner of war; radar; RAF Bardney; RAF Cottesmore; RAF East Kirkby; RAF Fiskerton; RAF Market Harborough; RAF Melbourne; RAF Pocklington; RAF Skellingthorpe; RAF St Eval; RAF Waddington; RAF Wittering; sanitation; superstition; training; Window; wireless operator; Women’s Auxiliary Air Force
Tags: 1660 HCU; 29 OTU; 617 Squadron; 9 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; anti-aircraft fire; bomb aimer; bombing; crash; Distinguished Flying Cross; flight engineer; Grand Slam; Halifax; Halifax Mk 5; Heavy Conversion Unit; killed in action; Lancaster; Lancaster Finishing School; Lancaster Mk 3; Me 262; memorial; navigator; Operation Catechism (12 November 1944); Operational Training Unit; pilot; RAF Bardney; RAF Lossiemouth; RAF North Luffenham; RAF Swinderby; RAF Syerston; RAF Woodhall Spa; Tallboy; Tirpitz; training; Wellington; wireless operator
Tags: 346 Squadron; 347 Squadron; 420 Squadron; 425 Squadron; 428 Squadron; 432 Squadron; 6 Group; 77 Squadron; air gunner; aircrew; Anson; anti-aircraft fire; B-17; Beaufighter; Blenheim; bomb aimer; C-47; Churchill, Winston (1874-1965); control caravan; crash; crewing up; debriefing; demobilisation; dispersal; Distinguished Flying Cross; entertainment; FIDO; fitter engine; flight engineer; Fw 190; Gee; Grand Slam; ground crew; ground personnel; H2S; Halifax; Halifax Mk 2; Halifax Mk 5; Hampden; hangar; Harvard; Heavy Conversion Unit; Hitler, Adolf (1889-1945); home front; Hurricane; Ju 88; Lancaster; Lancaster Mk 2; love and romance; Manchester; Master Bomber; Me 109; mess; military ethos; military living conditions; military service conditions; Mosquito; navigator; Nissen hut; Normandy campaign (6 June – 21 August 1944); Oboe; P-51; Pathfinders; perimeter track; pilot; promotion; RAF Carnaby; RAF Dishforth; RAF East Moor; RAF Elvington; RAF Halton; RAF Langar; RAF Lyneham; RAF Manston; RAF Nutts Corner; RAF Prestwick; RAF Shawbury; RAF Skellingthorpe; RAF Skipton on Swale; RAF St Athan; RAF St Eval; RAF Tholthorpe; RAF Tilstock; RAF Woodbridge; recruitment; runway; Second Tactical Air Force; service vehicle; Spitfire; sport; Stirling; target indicator; Tiger Moth; training; Typhoon; V-1; V-2; V-weapon; Wallis, Barnes Neville (1887-1979); Wellington; Window; wireless operator; Women’s Auxiliary Air Force; York