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Fuel drums being loaded on the beach, Sicily, 1943. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Aircraft bomb storage, India or Iraq during the early 1930s. Note the Westland Wapiti in the background. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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A typical RFC airman. This style of tunic was popularly known as the maternity jacket. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Air Commodore Charles Lambe. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Leyland lorry in 1920. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Vickers Victoria. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Steam tank locomotive Aldwyth pictured at Kidbrooke in the 1950s. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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The crater left by the Fauld explosion in 1944. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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RNAS personnel pictured in Paris with a partially crated aircraft on a transport lorry (1915). INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Group of RAF Equipment Officers pictured in 1918. Note the mixed style of very early RAF uniform. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Part of the aero engine assembly line at a typical expansion scheme 'shadow factory' in 1937. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Harrier at a deployed operating location in Germany. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Rear gun turret of a Halifax bomber. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com
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Replica RE8 aircraft pictured at the Shuttleworth Trust, Old Warden. INCREDIBLE photographs have been released in a new book that explores the development of Royal Air Force logistics in WW2 and the Cold War. The fascinating pictures show a ???behind-the-scenes??? view of how various transport was used during the two major wars, including fuel drums being loaded on the beach in Sicily, 1943, and an aircraft bomb storage during the 1930s in India. Other images illustrate the required uniform for a typical Royal Flying Corps (RFC) airman. The tunic the man wears was famously known as the maternity jacket. Another portrait reveals Charles Lambe, who was a senior Royal Navy Officer who fought in WW2. Further images depict the tragic consequence of the Fauld explosion that left a 300-feet deep crater with a length of 250 yards, which occurred on November 27, 1944, on UK soil. The historical photos are part of a book called Sustaining Air Power by former senior RAF logistics officer, Trevor Stone, and is published by Fonthill Media. Trevor Stone / Fonthill Media / mediadrumworld.com

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