No. 217 (G.R.) Squadron (with “Flight” represented in the leading Anson) slips past the Casquets on its way to make a low bombing attack on the convoy, which it found about 120 miles from the nearest land.
Подготовка к подвеске торпед на самолеты "Уайлдбист" IV 42-й эскадрильи Bristol Perseus-engined Vickers Vildebeest IV torpedo bombers of No. 42 (T.B.) Squadron, the first standard military aircraft to be fitted with sleeve-valve engines and detachable-blade wooden airscrews They are seen at Thomey Island, complete with “tinfish.”