The bomber offensive mounted by the Royal Air Force, the Royal Canadian Air Force, and the air forces of other Commonwealth countries during the Second World War has been described as the most continuous and grueling operation of war ever carried out.

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Gun Turrets

During the 1930's great strides were made in the development of powered gun turrets in the belief that they would be capable of defending bombers from fighter attack. They were…

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The 379 Americans

The following are the names of the 379 Americans who were killed while serving with Bomber Command and wearing the uniform of the Royal Canadian Air Force. These names are…

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No. 6 Group Airfields

Croft:  Air Station, Yorkshire, England Dalton:: Air Station, Yorkshire, England Dishforth: Air Station, Yorkshire, England East Moor: Air Station, Yorkshire, England Leeming: No. 63 (Operational) Base, Yorkshire, England Linton-on-Ouse: No. 62…

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