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 Lieutenant) October 16, 2016

Rare, original coloured movie from GB 1942/43, but this movie did not have an original sound. So, If you are boring repetitive sound, please switch music off. Movie is from 310(cz). squadron, 312(cz). squadron and 313(cz). sq. First picture with flags is from Exeter airfield. In cz. squadrons (...read more

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This is an extremely rare & unusual survival 1943 Ration used by the British Royal Air Force Emergency Flying Ration MK 2 during WW2 - check out this video and get the full scoop!

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During World War II, gun cameras were commonly used on operational aircraft to record kills of enemy aircraft. Some of this footage survives to this day and is often the source for stock footage in World War II movies, TV shows...read more

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 Lieutenant) May 14, 2016

Evening Display At RAF Coningsby From Two Lancaster's, And The Memorial Flights Spitfire And Hurricane. These three planes are the true staple of the Royal Air Force’s aviation history. Any noise over the music of 10 merlins in perfect Harmony!

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 Lieutenant) May 04, 2016

The UK trailer for his first indie feature film. Took him 5 years to finish this film. Made with $35000 and many hours rendering on his computer at home. No fancy studios or big crews. This is as indie as it gets. He envisioned this film as a short film, but he couldn't stop writing, and in the...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 30, 2016

Lancaster B I R5868 "S-Sugar" is the oldest surviving Lancaster. This aircraft was the first RAF heavy bomber to complete 100 operations (going on to fly 137 sorties). It is on display at the RAF Museum, Hendon in 467 Sqn markings. Although surplus to requirements, the decision to...read more

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Operation Chastise was a daring attack on German dams carried out on May 16-17, 1943 by Royal Air Force No. 617 Squadron, flying modified Avro Lancasters, known as “The Dambusters,” the aircraft dropped a bomb specially developed to skip along the surface...read more

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 Lieutenant) December 17, 2015

This week Urban Exploring have been exploring the remains of a WW2 RAF airfield barracks thats has seen better days! RAF Lympne was a Royal Air Force station used during the First and Second World Wars.

It opened in 1916 by the Royal Flying Corps as an acceptance point for aircraft being...read more

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