WOMEN'S AUXILIARY AIR FORCE IN BRITAIN, FEBRUARY 1942
TR 304. WAAF equipment assistants check equipment on vessels of the Air/Sea Rescue Service before the boats are handed over for operational duties. Checking equipment against inventory on ASR 2562
The Spitfire of the seas rides again: on board a remarkable WWII rescue boat
This peerless naval rescue boat saved countless lives during Britain's darkest hour. Her reward? To be left to rot at a Dartmouth quayside. Until, that is, one man (and £500,000) came to her rescue.
THE ROYAL AIR FORCE, 1950-1969
An RTTL (Rescue/Target Towing Launch) Mark II of the RAF Air Sea Rescue at speed off the south coast of England. This particular vessel is HMAFV (His Majesty's Air Force Vessel) 2758.