Aeroplane Monthly 1979-04
The B.17G ‘Sally B‘ now the only remaining flying "Fortress" in U.K., forms part of the U.S.A.A.F. W.W.II Memorial Flight and is a living reminder of the men and machines of the "Mighty Eight".
Avro Lancaster X FM207 of 408 Squadron RCAF was used for photography and Arctic reconnaissance until struck off strength in 1962.
At 1410hr on March 2, 1972, Australian contributor NEVILLE PARNELL was boating with his newly-acquired wife in Milford Sound in New Zealand’s South Island when their peace was shattered by an Avro Vulcan B.2 of No 9 Squadron, RAF, which passed through the Sound at about 450kt at 700-800ft. Luckily he had his earner a at the ready. The aircraft was in New Zealand to collect a trophy donated to the squadron by the widow of an early CO. Readers will notice that underhand New Zealanders have "modified" the roundel
A Grumman Widgeon of Sea Bee Air in Mechanic's Bay, Auckland, New Zealand, April 1977
De Havilland Leopard Moth G-AIYS was photographed over Stauning, Denmark, by TORKILD BALSLEV in June 1975.