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.
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.
Oblique aerial view of part of RAF Driffield, Yorkshire, in the winter snow, showing the five Type C hangars fronting the bombing circle and other buildings on the technical site. Armstrong Whitley Mark Vs of No. 77 Squadron RAF are parked on the airfield in front of the hangars.
Air Chief Marshal Hugh Dowding was the commander of RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain, and is generally credited with playing a crucial role in Britain's defense, and hence, the defeat of Hitler's plan to invade Britain.His stout views and his habit of speaking out his mind led to his quiet dismissal from Fighter Command on Nov 24, 1940.