Contributing to this blog can become addictive…

To put Mark White’s comment in perspective…

RCAF No. 403 Squadron

I don’t mind it at all.

Mark is contributing once more.

Another German He 177 Bomber Picture From George White’s Collection

 He 177

This is a rare picture of another damaged Heinkel He 177 bomber from my dad’s collection.

It is just captioned “German Bomber”.  There is no indication of a Werk Number or a location where this picture was taken.

He 177 back

This photo however clearly shows the four engine configuration driving the two big four bladed propellers.

Unfortunately there are no 403 Wolf Squadron Erks playing in this aircraft.

Mark White  

 January 2014

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John Le May’s collection – Never seen before pictures

Pictures taken from the CD John LeMay sent me. The captions were written by him.

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Spitfires waiting for next engagement orders

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The birth of “Pizza Hut” no, not exactly, that’s one of the kitchen ovens.

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Group Captain Turner became our Commanding Officer somewhere on the Continent…the other guy, Flying Officer Kearns was one of the pilots. Incidentally the same G.C. Turner turned up renting an apartment right behind our home on Laval St. in Vanier (Eastview) No need to say that he did not stay there very long.

Editor’s notes

Production of this CD is the result of a collaboration
The hard work….scanning…cataloguing…photography…caption editing etc.., -: John B. Le May – rcaf127@gmail.com

The fun stuff….HTML and multimedia programming: – Marcel Lemay – lemaymanufactur@gmail.com

Some material on this CD may be copyrighted and is not to be distributed commercially