Canberra at West Raynham before the move to Marham: No. 100 Sqn.'s "Ice Cream" B.2. WK116, with red/white fuselage, pale grey wings, silver tip tanks and No. 100's skull and crossbones badge on a green disc on the blue/yellow checked fin.
Canberra at West Raynham before the move to Marham: Assorted B.2s (camouflaged WJ640 nearest) and grey/dayglo T.19s of No. 85 Sqn. which is now a Bloodhound missile unit
No. 100 Sqn. Canberra B.2 WJ728, painted pale grey with dayglo strips
Canberra T.4 WH848 "M" of No. 100 Squadron, piloted by the C.O., W/Cdr. Harcourt-Smith, and with the author in the right-hand seat, taxies out at West Raynham at the beginning of the sortie
Canberra at West Raynham before the move to Marham: Needle-nosed No. 100 Sqn. T.19 WH903 in matt dark grey/green camouflage with pale grey undersides and C.O.'s name and pennant on port nose
No. 56 Squadron Lightning F.6 XS929 blasts away with reheat on top engine only in a climb which took him from 1,000 to 30,000 ft. in less than a minute