Lancaster Bomber

Glorious return: Back where it all began, a lone Lancaster marks 70 years since the audacious Dambusters raid

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK on Bomber Tour 2014. Vera (Hamilton, On) and Thumper.

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK on Bomber Tour Vera (Hamilton, On) and Thumper.

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK.

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK on Bomber Tour Vera (Hamilton, On) and Thumper.

Bomber Command

A modern day mission: Lancaster bomber crew prepares for action 70 years on in remarkable set of airfield pictures

'We were incredibly close': A photograph taken of the Canadian Lancaster bomber from on board Action Station's Piper Chieftain

Incredible footage captured alongside legendary Lancaster bomber

Crowds gathered to watch the historic moment the world's last two airworthy Lancaster Bombers flew over Windermere, in Cumbria, today to honour Archie Johnstone, a Dambusters veteran.

Two Avro Lancaster bombers have flown in formation for the first time in more than 50 years

Two Avro Lancaster bombers <-- "Vera" (Hamilton, Ontario) and Thumper (UK) -- currently touring the UK as a beautiful pair!

Together: The Lancaster Thumper, which is part of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Fligh...

The Lancaster Thumper, flying as part of the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, was joined by the Canadian Lancaster Vera from Ontario

Refuelling a Spitfire.

The Royal Air Force in Britain, 1942 Ground crewmen refuelling a Supermarine Spitfire Mark II at an Operational Training Unit.

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of Historic Aircraft

A gunner sits in the rear turret of an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mark V of No.102 Squadron RAF at Driffield, Yorkshire.1939-41

An air gunner sits at the ready in the Nash and Thompson Type rear turret of an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mark V of Squadron RAF at Driffield, Yorkshire.

One of the aircrew of an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mark V of a Detachment of No. 102 Squadron RAF at Villeneuve/ Vertus, France, demonstrates how propaganda leaflets are dropped through the flare chute on leaflet-dropping ("Nickelling") sorties. ~ BFD

One of the aircrew of an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mark V of a Detachment of No. 102 Squadron RAF at Villeneuve/ Vertus, France, demonstrates how propaganda leaflets are dropped through the flare chute on leaflet-dropping ("Nickelling") sorties.

Handley Page Halifax of RAF Bomber Command over the target during a daylight raid on the oil refinery at Wanne-Eickel in the Ruhr, 12 October 1944. Source: http://imgur.com/XIOEC28

Royal Air Force Bomber Command, A Handley Page Halifax of No 6 Group flies over the smoke-obscured target during a daylight raid on the oil refinery at Wanne-Eickel in the Ruhr

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