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British V Bombers

Images of the Vulcan, Valiant and Victor - V Bombers


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  1. NebrHogger
    Feldgendarmerie (sp?) They did a lot of anti partisan work. Also looked for shirkers leaving a combat area... and often executed same.
  2. BravoZulu
    Kon Tum Front. NVA Artillerymen fire their newly acquired Russian M46 (or Type 59 if built China) 130mm guns. These guns are capable of providing deadly support for the attacking Infantry out to...
  3. BravoZulu
    Troops clearing snipers in Arnhem 14th April 1945
  4. BravoZulu
    A sniper from the Seaforth Highlanders aiming from behind a carrier as 15th(Scottish) Division troops deal with German resistance in Uelzen, April 16 1945
  5. 633 squadron
    thanks for the info @BravoZulu
  6. BravoZulu
    This is an M18 Hellcat Tank destroyer https://www.militaryfactory.com/armor/detail.asp?armor_id=250 [IMG]
  7. 633 squadron
    Anyone know what tank this is?
  8. Bombardier
    Nice find @BravoZulu
  9. BravoZulu
    The Americal Division's blue standard with four white stars is folded as about 200 GI's and officers watched the ceremonial hibernation. Holding the flag (L) is Major General Frederick J. Kroesen,...
  10. BravoZulu
    This image is of Hipper off Norway, 1940 Admiral Hipper, the first of five ships of her class, was the lead ship of the Admiral Hipper class of heavy cruisers which served with Nazi Germany's...
  11. 28th61st
    Fantastic information BravoZulu, thanks for that.
  12. 28th61st
    Rest in Peace. Great to put a face to a name who served his country. May he never be forgotten.
  13. BravoZulu
    Service No.23708488 Service from:1958 - 1982 Rank:BDR Royal Horse Artillery (1958 - 1982) 1st Regt [IMG] [IMG] https://www.forcesreunited.co.uk/m/dorothydoody
  14. BravoZulu
    Hawk 127 of No. 76 Squadron RAAF at Avalon Airport, 2007
  15. BravoZulu
    A Royal Air Force Hawk T1A at Kemble Airport, Gloucestershire, with its pilot.

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