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
No. 100 Sqn. Canberra B.2 WJ728, painted pale grey with dayglo strips
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: 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
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. 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