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RAF Bomber Command's role during World War Two was to defend the UK and bomb the enemy's airbases, shipping, troops, communications and other industries connected to the German war effort.

67 years late, the recognition they deserve: Lancaster drops payload of poppies as Queen unveils Bomber Command memorial

Old What's-His-Name may have been a Lab, but he was a dinky one for certain. Here the curious little lad comes close to the camera while 617 Squadron crews, by their Lancaster, await a mission. Nigger was portrayed in the 1955 film, The Dam Busters. He was mentioned by name frequently in the film.

The squadron mascot explores the camera, while the crew stands beside their Lancaster before taking off.

B-24 Liberator wrecked in a desert

B-24 Liberator wrecked in a desert

Lancaster cockpit area

Photographs of the Avro Lancaster World War II Heavy Bomber Pictures and Video

Three men who flew the Dambuster Lancasters.

The Dambusters; 617 Squadron RAF but Australia was there

Lancaster bomber dropping poppies over London in honor of Remembrance Day (also known as Poppy Day or Armistice Day). In the United Kingdom, Remembrance Sunday is held on the second Sunday in November, which is the Sunday nearest to 11 November Armistice Day, the anniversary of the end of hostilities in the First World War at 11 a.m. in 1918.

poppy leaves being released by an Avro Lancaster to commemorate the RAF Bomber Command crew who died during

Ready steady gooooo

Ready steady gooooo

Built and designed in the 1960s after the A-12 Oxcart, the SR-71 Blackbird is still the fastest, most vanguardist air-breathing airplane in the history of aviation. These once classified photos reveal how Lockheed built both birds in secret, in California. They look taken at the Rebel base in Hoth.

Fascinating photos reveal how they built the SR-71 Blackbird

The Blackbird aircraft was built by Lockheed Martin and took its first flight in It was retired by NASA in The Blackbird

Gnat Display Team Folland Gnat. Former RAF trainer and fighter version served with Finnish and Indian Air Forces.

Former RAF trainer and fighter version served with Finnish and Indian Air Forces.