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Teniente Richard Alexander "Dick" Henderson, Cuerpo Médico de Nueva Zelanda. Batalla de Gallipoli. - Lt. Richard Alexander "Dick" Henderson, New Zealand Medical Corps. Battle of Gallipoli.

Lt Richard Alexander 'Dick' Henderson, New Zealand Medical Corps, Gallipoli 1915

Les Munro (right) the last surviving pilot to participate in the bouncing bomb raid by 617 Squadron who passed away today 4th August 2015.

Les Munro (right) the last surviving pilot to participate in the bouncing bomb raid by 617 Squadron who passed away today August

Wing Commander Evan "Rosie" Mackie, was a New Zealand fighter pilot and ace of the Second World War.  Mackie scored 20 air victories, 3 shared kills, 2 probables, 10 damaged & 1 shared damaged, with 3 destroyed and 2 shared destroyed on the ground during the war. Of this final total, 12 kills, three shared destroyed, two probably destroyed, seven damaged and one shared damaged, was achieved while flying the Spitfire Mark V and Mark VIII. Also credited with 6.5 kills in the Hawker Tempest

Wing Commander Evan "Rosie" Mackie, was a New Zealand fighter pilot and ace of…

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D-Day Veteran / He owned that customs officer. Little respect goes a long way. He fought for our freedom after all!

Wing Commander John "Johnny" Milne Checketts, DSO, DFC (20 February 1912 - 21 April 2006) was a New Zealand World War II Flying ace, who destroyed 14½ enemy aircraft, had three probables and damaged 11. He was shot–down twice – once over the English Channel, when he was rescued from the sea by the Royal Navy, and once over occupied France, when he was returned to the United Kingdom by the French Resistance.

Wing Commander John "Johnny" Milne Checketts, DSO, DFC (20 February 1912 - 21 April 2006) was a New Zealand World War II Flying ace, who destroyed 14½ enemy aircraft, had three probables and damaged 11. He was shot–down twice – once over the English Channel, when he was rescued from the sea by the Royal Navy, and once over occupied France, when he was returned to the United Kingdom by the French Resistance.

Arming the 20mm cannon on a de Havilland Mosquito.

Ground crew load the four Hispano Mk II cannons on a De Havilland Mosquito. As can be seen, the cannon's receivers protruded into the bomb bay on Mosquito FB variants.

British designer Max Lamb Making of 'Pewter Stool' Cast in the sand of a beach in Cornwall

Max Lamb Tabouret et bureau en étain British designer Max Lamb Making of 'Pewter Stool' Cast in the sand of a beach in Cornwall