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FLIGHT ARTWORKS | Dambusters Lancaster AJ-N art prints and canvas prints
Art prints about A specially adapted Lancaster bomber - Type 464 (Provisioning) - carrying an Upkeep depth charge for use against German dams. This was the Barnes Wallis-designed weapon that the RAF’s 617 “Dambusters” Squadron used against the Ruhr dams during World Wa... - FLIGHT ARTWORKS
Following in the slipstream of giants: Pilot offers low-level Dambusters flights 69 years on over reservoir where brave crews trained
The aircrew from 617 Squadron headed to the Peak District because the Derwent Dam resembled some of the German dams they were planning to destroy in Lancaster aircraft, similar to the one pictured right.
Avro Lancasters in early service, 1942. It was not nearly as heavily armed as the US B 17, but could carry near double the bomb load. They complemented each other well in terms of bombing Germany 'round the clock'.
We've Got You Covered > Vintage Wings of Canada
A LANCASTER BLEEDS FOR THEM 800,000 poppy leaves being released by an Avro Lancaster to commemorate the 55,000 RAF Bomber Command crew who died during WW2.
Why World War II spy planes used pink camouflage
World War II marked a time of great innovation, which was sometimes practical and sometimes loony. Those two kinds of innovation came together when great military minds decided that to keep an airplane from being spotted, they needed to paint it pink. Find out why a pink aircraft can get lost in the sky.