Dakota - the workhorse of all the Allied forces during WW2 and for much of the world�s Air Forces thereafter. Introduced in 1935 and still flying in many countries the DC3 is one of the most resilient designs of all time.
The aircraft shown is a �Dak� of No. 267 Sqdn RAF carrying the Pegasus emblem of that Sqdn. This specific aircraft was built in 1942, issued to the USAAF, then to the RCAF and purchased in 1971 by RAE Farnborough for research duties. Subsequently obtained by the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and is still flying regularly and cleared for para drops as seen at many UK air shows.
267 Sqdn carried out one of the most amazing ops in WW2 when in April 1944 they flew a DC3 to...
Have been interested in photography since just after WW2, when film became freely available again, using Kodak Autographic equipment. Graduated, in the 50's, to 35mm and was involved in photographic work during my 17 yrs as RAF aircrew - navigator. Since retirement and migrating to Canon digital equipment have been involved with two of my sons and one grandson in a considerable amount of photographic activity, particularly composite images. Now producing digital art prints with the major emphasis on classic warbird aviation.
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