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    Halifax nose art Ruhr Valley Express IWM CH 6614 - 405 Maritime Patrol Squadron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    1942: A train painted on a Handley Page Halifax, with a truck added for each successful mission - Found via The Passion of Former Days

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The flight engineer of a Handley-Page Halifax of No. 35 Squadron RAF, at his work station aft of the pilot's position, prior to take-off from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire. He is wearing a Type B helmet and 1930 Pattern flying suit.

Beam gunners inside a Handley Page Halifax. Because of the large gunport openings, the interior of the Halifax could become numbingly cold, especially at 20,000 feet. Gunners wore special electrically heated flight suits which were plugged directly into the aircraft's electrical system. The leads can be seen running over the forward gunner's shoulder.

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