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S/L Kenneth BB "Bing" Cross (left) sits on the wing of Hurricane Mk I LK-O with pilots of No 46 Squadron RAF at RAF Digby on 2 November 1939, following a visit of King George VI to the station. While the royal inspection was still underway, the pilots were ordered to its forward base at RAF North Coates, from which they returned the same evening, with the exception of Red Section. The aircraft from No 87 Squadron RAF was collected by a pilot from the ferry pool and flown for service in…


Salmson 2A2 A photo of a photo found at Wings Over The Rockies Air And Space Museum. This is the exact plane that Lt. Lowry was killed in. ... That's him standing by the number "II" painted on the tail. Lowry Air Force Base in Denver was named for him. The Wings Over The Rockies museum is in a WWII hangar that was left after they closed the AFB. See: