ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND 1942-1945 (C 4086A) Three stills from a film taken from Avro Lancaster Mark I, DV380 'AJ-N', of No. 617 Squadron RAF, flown by the Squadron commander,Wing Commander G L Cheshire, during the low-level marking of the Gnome-Rhone aero-engine factory at Limoges, France, on the night of 8/9 February 1944
Major Charles J. Rosenblatt with his crew His crew were Sergeant Perdue and Sergeant Culver. Rosenblatt was born in Tampa and was a long-time resident of Jacksonville. He served in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years and was a fighter pilot during both World War II and the Korean Conflict. He received two distinguished flying crosses, the Air Medal, and three Oak Leaf Clusters in World War II alone. He was credited with destroying four Nazi planes and damaging three others (1944).
Two Humber light reconnaissance cars of No. 2806 Armoured Car Squadron RAF Regiment, acting as a forward observation post close to the Wilhelmina Canal near Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Flying Officer W E Wallace of Annan, Scotland, and his gunner, Leading Aircraftmen E Midgley of Leeds, man the foremost vehicle.