A Hawker Typhoon Mark IB of No. 439 Squadron RCAF taxies through a water splash at B78/Eindhoven, Holland, while leaving its dispersal loaded with two 1,000-lb bombs for an attack on a rail target behind the German lines.
Sussex, England. c. 1944-08. Australian war artist, Dennis Adams paints a typically australian design on the fuselage of the Mosquito aircraft flown by 404891 Wing Commander G. Panitz DFC, Southport, QLD, commanding officer of No. 464 (Mosquito)squadron RAAF with the second tactical air force at RAF station Thorney Island.
F/L J R Sterne RCAF of No. 174 Squadron RAF standing beside his Hurricane Mark IIB, HV894 "Our John" (named after Wing Commander John Gillan, and paid for by a fund set up by his mother after he was reported missing in 1941), at Odiham, Hampshire. (IWM)