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Dawn Descent by David Pentland.
A C130 Hercules MK1 from RAF Lynham Transport Wing, delivers a low level Brigade drop of Airbourne forces over Salisbury Plain. The C130 Hercules is the workhorse of the Royal Air Force Air Transport (AT) fleet and is based at RAF Lyneham in Wiltshire, where it is operated by Nos 24, 30, 47 and 70 Squadrons. The fleet totals 50 aircraft and is a mixture of C1/C3 aircraft and the new C-130J aircraft, designated C4/C5.
Item Code : DHM0589
Dawn Descent by David Pentland. - Editions Available
Well on the Way to Make History - the Dambusters by David Pentland.
The most famous raid of the second world war, the audacious Dambusters raid by Lancasters of No.617 Sqn was to wreak havoc in Germanys industrial heartland. Two dams will be destroyed on the raid - the Mohne and the Eder, flooding the valleys below and stopping production in their factories, providing an immeasurable morale boost for those back home. Here, two of the modified bombers pass windmills on the Dutch canals as they make their way to the first target, their almighty roar shattering the stillness and disturbing some of the local wildlife. As they approach Germany in the moonlight, the bombers are well on the way to make history.
Item Code : DHM1701
Well on the Way to Make History - the Dambusters by David Pentland. - Editions Available
St Nazaire, France, 3rd January 1943. The Fw190A4 of Georg-Peter Schorsch Eder, 7/JG2, streaks past Meat Hound, a B17F of th 423rd Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group en route to attack the U-boat pens at St Nazaire. Along with his Gruppenkommandeur Egon Mayer, it was Eder who pioneered the head on pass tactic against the Flying Fortresses. On this day he to achieve his thirteenth victory, and second B17. By the end of the war he had accounted for some 36 heavy bombers.