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Pilots from No. 303 (“Kościuszko”) Polish Fighter Squadron with one of their Mk II Spitfires, resting from the strain of heavy fighting during the ‘Battle of Britain’ in the late summer of 1940 (from left): Sgt Kustrzynski, Sgt Popek, Sgt Szlagowski, F/O Feric, P/O Daszewski and F/O Zumbach.  Kustrzynski, Szlagowski and Zumbach survived the war. Daszewski was killed in action in 1942. Feric and Popek both died in active service, 1942 and 1944 respectively.

Pilots from No. 303 (“Kościuszko”) Polish Fighter Squadron with one of their Mk II Spitfires, resting from the strain of heavy fighting during the ‘Battle of Britain’ in the late summer of 1940 (from left): Sgt Kustrzynski, Sgt Popek, Sgt Szlagowski, F/O Feric, P/O Daszewski and F/O Zumbach. Kustrzynski, Szlagowski and Zumbach survived the war. Daszewski was killed in action in 1942. Feric and Popek both died in active service, 1942 and 1944 respectively.

Gloster Meteor III. Britains first operational jet fighter was deployed with 616 Sqn. in July 1944. This photo was taken at a base near Nijmegen in Europe durin...

Gloster Meteor III. Britains first operational jet fighter was deployed with 616 Sqn. in July 1944. This photo was taken at a base near Nijmegen in Europe durin...

Gloster Javelin FAW.8 - Royal Air Force (RAF), United Kingdom - "all-weather" interceptor aircraft that served with the RAF in the late 1950s and most of the 1960s. It was a T-tailed delta-wing aircraft designed for night and all-weather operations and was the last aircraft to bear the Gloster name.

Gloster Javelin FAW.8 - Royal Air Force (RAF), United Kingdom - "all-weather" interceptor aircraft that served with the RAF in the late 1950s and most of the 1960s. It was a T-tailed delta-wing aircraft designed for night and all-weather operations and was the last aircraft to bear the Gloster name.

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