The Goldenburg power station at Knapsack, near Cologne, under attack by Bristol Blenheim Mark IVs of No. 2 Group. On the left, Sergeant I Broome, flying V6391 'RT-V' of No. 114 Squadron RAF, banks steeply away after bombing as flak fills the sky over the target.
HU Lancaster B Mark I KM-B of Squadron RAF piloted by Squadron Leader J D Nettleton of No. 44 Squadron RAF flying at low-level over the Lincolnshire countryside during a Squadron practice for the low-level attack on the M
C Quadrath/Fortuna power station near Cologne under attack by Bristol Blenheim Mark IVs of No. Photograph taken from the mid-upper turret of one of the attacking aircraft as it banked away from the target area
While flying over Italy, this had most of her tail shot away. Still, the pilot managed to get her home. When she was hit, the tail-gunner was blown out into her slipstream. Miraculously, he was uninjured and managed to get his chute open and land safely.
Sqn Leader Geoffrey Wilson Northcott of 402 Sqn RCAF with his Spitfire Mk.V ‘City of Winnipeg’, serial number Between July 1941 and August 1945 Canadian born Jeff Northcott served with 401 Sqn, 603 Sqn, OTU, 402 Sqn (from May 1943 to July and Wing.