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D-IMTT (cn 501244) Messerschmitt Me-262A/B-1c Photo by Tim Van den Boer | AIRFIGHTERS.COM

D-IMTT (cn 501244) Messerschmitt Me-262A/B-1c, Geilenkirchen (GKE / ETNG), Private, High quality military aircraft photos at the internet military aviation leader, AIRFIGHTERS.COM!

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Dambusters 70 years on: Legacy of famous raid still felt in RAF 617 Squadron now

It was an extraordinary mix of meticulous planning, brilliant science, clever strategy, skilful flying and proper old fashioned courage

#Dambusters 70th anniversary of the May 1943 raid – an annotated graphic

The legend of the Dambusters - the 19 Lancaster bombers of the RAF's 617 Squadron - was enshrined in war-time history 70 years ago, when the planes flew to Germany on the night of 16/17 May to drop their Barnes Wallis-designed bouncing bombs on the Mohne, Eder and Sorpe dams in the industrial heartland of…

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The remarkable men, women, and aircraft that fought in the skies over Europe, Russia, Asia, North Africa, and the Pacific during WWII.

Following in the slipstream of giants: Pilot offers low-level Dambusters flights 69 years on over reservoir where brave crews trained

The aircrew from 617 Squadron headed to the Peak District because the Derwent Dam resembled some of the German dams they were planning to destroy in Lancaster aircraft, similar to the one pictured right.

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Spitfire reference info - Spitfire Discussion Forum

Eyes to the Skies

Me-262 replica in flight (Date and location unknown)

A needle in a haystack - the missing wedding ring of a WWI vet returned

Sorry the original article is missing but here is another great article: How often does a search for something small – such as a needle in a haystack -

F&O Fabforgottennobility — operationchastise: Lancaster over Derwentwater

The flying death trap that helped save civilisation

By the end of the war, 7,377 Lancasters would have carried out more than 150,000 missions —including the Dambuster Raids of 1943. Robert Hardman examines the story behind the bomber.