Sir Barnes Wallis - designer of Halifax, Wellington & Lancaster bombers. Inventor of the 'bouncing bomb'. A man of vision who had to use that vision to help win a war. would like to see what he would invent or design now.

Sir Barnes Wallis - designer of Halifax, Wellington & Lancaster bombers. Inventor of the 'bouncing bomb'. A man of vision who had to use that vision to help win a war. would like to see what he would invent or design now. For Ben

Walking down the corridor out side of the Ballroom, where the birthday lunch buffet was served, I was pleased to find the 75(NZ) Squadron badge .Given that the name and badge had been gifted by the RAF to the RNZAF at the end of the war in appreciation of the sacrifices the country had made, I wasn’t sure it would be there.

Jimmy Wood birthday celebrations at the R.A.F Club

Paul Nash ‘Black and white negative, tail of Vickers Wellington bomber and hangar [Cowley?]’, 1940 © Tate

‘Black and white negative, tail of Vickers Wellington bomber and hangar [Cowley?]’, Paul Nash, 1940 - part of the digitised collection of the Tate Archive

How Bombardier works aboard British plane (1941)

Vintage Infodesign [114

JF Ptak Science Books Quick Post This great cutaway by the prolific S. Clatworthy appeared in the March 1941 issue of Popular Mechanics. It illustrates a section of the Vickers Wellington light bomber--a long and wide medium.

Armourers of No 75 (New Zealand) Squadron pose with a pair of 500-pounders and give the 'thumbs up' in front of the 'Wellington Devil', a suitably decorated Wellington IC, Feltwell, 10 May 1941.

CH Armourers of No 75 (New Zealand) Squadron pose with a pair of and give the 'thumbs up' in front of the 'Wellington Devil' a suitably decorated Wellington IC Feltwell 10 May 1941

The RAF Badge and Moto

Royal Airforce Badge - Badge of the Royal Air Force - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vickers Wellingtons Mk.I, No. 75 Squadron RAF, probably RAF Feltwell, 1940

‘Black and white negative, Vickers Wellingtons and steam roller [Harwell?]’, Paul Nash, 1940 - part of the digitised collection of the Tate Archive

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Vickers Wellington R1162, AA-Y, 75 (NZ) Squadron. New Zealand Bomber Command Assn. archive / Ron Mayhill.

Wellingtons in the snow 1941

Vickers Wellington AA-Y, 75 (NZ) Squadron. New Zealand Bomber Command Assn.

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