Γιώργος Ζερβός

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AIRCRAFT ROYAL AIR FORCE 1939-1945 BRISTOL TYPE 156 BEAUFIGHTER (MH 5688) Beaufighter TF Mark X, NT921 of No. 254 Squadron RAF, on test with the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment at Boscombe Down, Wiltshire, loaded with two 250-lb GP bombs under the fuselage and two 250-lb depth charges under each wing. NT921 rejoined 254 Squadron at North Coates, Lincolnshire, and was shot down attacking a convoy off the Dutch coast on 8 August 1944.

MH Beaufighter TF Mark X of No. 254 Squadron RAF on test with the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment at Boscombe Down Wiltshire loaded with two GP bombs under the fuselage and two depth charges under each wing

Bristol Beaufighters of No 272 Squadron RAF in flight over Malta - Mk VIC X8079 code 'K', behind Mk IC T5043 'V' 1943

Bristol Beaufighters of No 272 Squadron RAF in flight over Malta - Mk VIC code 'K', behind Mk IC code 'V' 1943

Hawker Hurricane Mk.I, L1659, SD-V, 501 Squadron at RAF Tangmere in early 1940

I SD-V, 501 Squadron at RAF Tangmere - this was Flight Sergeant 'Ginger' Lacey's aircraft; he was the RAF's highest scoring ace of the battle.

Lt. Henry H Barnes. 487th Fighter Squadron. P-51D 44-13619 HO-B "Williams Villian" (?misspell of Villain). Lt. Barnes was MIA on 13 August 1944 but evaded capture. At the time he was flying 44-13588 HO-V.

HO-B "Williams Villian" (? Barnes was MIA on 13 August 1944 but evaded capture. - Love those Blue nosed Bastards of Bodney.