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A Hurry, a Lanc and a Spit

17 November 2018

From the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) in the skies above Lincolnshire is the Hawker Hurricane LF363, lettered GN-F on the port side to represent the aircraft flown by Battle of Britain ace Wing Commander Tom Neil DFC as well as Bar AFC AE LdH. SD-A is lettered on the starboard side to represent Paul Farnes DFM aircraft during the Battle of Britain. The Avro Lancaster PA474 wearing 460 Squadron (RAAF)’s AR-L on her portside and 50 Squadron VN-T on her starboard side (note the Hurricane pilot’s concentration while flying formation with the Lanc) —© Crown Copyright 2014/Cpl Phil Major

From the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) in the skies above Lincolnshire is the Hawker Hurricane LF363, lettered GN-F on the port side to represent the aircraft flown by Battle of Britain ace Wing Commander Tom Neil DFC as well as Bar AFC AE LdH. SD-A is lettered on the starboard side to represent Paul Farnes DFM aircraft during the Battle of Britain. The Avro Lancaster PA474 wearing 460 Squadron (RAAF)’s AR-L on her portside and 50 Squadron VN-T on her starboard side—© Crown Copyright 2014/Cpl Phil Major

From the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) in the skies above Lincolnshire is the Hawker Hurricane LF363, lettered GN-F on the port side to represent the aircraft flown by Battle of Britain ace Wing Commander Tom Neil DFC as well as Bar AFC AE LdH. SD-A is lettered on the starboard side to represent Paul Farnes DFM aircraft during the Battle of Britain. The Avro Lancaster PA474 wearing 460 Squadron (RAAF)’s AR-L on her portside and 50 Squadron VN-T on her starboard side. ‘MK’ has been painted in a desert camouflage to represent Spitfire Mk IX EN 152/QJ-3 of 92 Squadron based in Tunisia during 1943—© Crown Copyright 2014/Cpl Phil Major

From the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) in the skies above Lincolnshire is the Hawker Hurricane LF363, lettered GN-F on the port side to represent the aircraft flown by Battle of Britain ace Wing Commander Tom Neil DFC as well as Bar AFC AE LdH. SD-A is lettered on the starboard side to represent Paul Farnes DFM aircraft during the Battle of Britain. The Avro Lancaster PA474 wearing 460 Squadron (RAAF)’s AR-L on her portside and 50 Squadron VN-T on her starboard side—© Crown Copyright 2014/Cpl Phil Major

 

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