A Douglas Thor intermediate range ballistic missile arrives in the UK, Feltwell RAF. The missile is on a trolley and is being removed from the cargo bay via the nose of an C-124 Globemaster. September, 1958. pic.twitter.com/jnpWOigI4J
Corporal Stediford’s Mobile Pigeon Loft, Eric Ravilious, 1942. This was at RAF Sawbridgeworth in #Herfordshire. Even in #WW2 carrier pigeons were a vital part of communications, with many used on D-Day. The original artwork is in the collection of @WhitworthArt.pic.twitter.com/Ezl4I7s3k2
21 years ago today, Acting Pilot Officer Pert stepped inside the hallowed rotunda & graduated from RAF College Cranwell, wet behind the ears.
So difficult to believe where time has gone! . I really better get a move on… pic.twitter.com/Dt7sMxj8Yj
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