Lancaster Bomber

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ROYAL AIR FORCE BOMBER COMMAND, 1942-1945.

CL 650. Vertical aerial photograph taken during a daylight attack on an oil storage depot at Bec d'Ambes situated in the Garonne estuary at the confluence of the Rivers Garonne and Dordogne France

PICTURES: Lancaster bombers fly in formation

​Two Avro Lancaster bombers have been flown in formation for the first time in more than 50 years, with the duo set to appear at numerous air shows and events in the UK over the coming weeks.

Avro Lancaster of No. 106 Squadron RAF

An 8,000-lb HC bomb (‘super cookie’) is brought by tractor to a waiting Avro Lancaster of No. 106 Squadron RAF in its dispersal at Syerston, Nottinghamshire. The target on this particular night was Stuttgart, Germany.

Remains of a Lancaster Bomber crew found after nearly 70 years

69 years after a Lancaster Bomber crashed during WWII in Germany, remains of the five-member crew inside the wreckage of the plane have finally been discovered in a village near Frankfurt.

Lancaster GB 617 Squadron 10 by Claveworks on DeviantArt

The Avro Lancaster entered service with the RAF in 1942 and became one of the most successful night bombers of the war. The Lancaster was also use... Lancaster GB 617 Squadron 10

Avro Lancaster being serviced

This picture shows an Avro Lancaster having its engines serviced by the ground crew.

Warbirds

mike13mt: “Hawker Hurricane Mk IIB BE by GarySpires ”

Lancaster Load 6 by Claveworks on DeviantArt

Avro Lancaster ~ Load 6 • 1 x 4,000 lb High Capacity bomb • 48 x 30 lb Incendiary bombs • Lancaster Load 6

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK

The world's only two airworthy Lancaster bombers were united on a windswept RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire for what will probably be the last time.

Avro Lancasters of the Royal Air Force 57 Squadron | Wings Tracks Guns

Avro Lancasters of No. 57 Squadron lined up at dusk before an operation, Scampton in Lincolnshire, February 1943. ©IWM

History Shall Be Kind

A Short Stirling, Britain’s first four-engine heavy bomber of the Second World War.

Pictured: Lancaster bomber in dramatic flypast to mark 65th anniversary of Dambusters raid (U.K.)

Running Engines

300sq Lancaster running engines before her last mission. Faldingworth 24 July 1944.