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Pilot Brian Trubshaw 1924-2001

Pilot Brian Trubshaw 1924-2001

Werner Mölders (Oberst). 18/03/1913-22/11/1941. Era conocido por su fuerte carácter y sus subordinados le apodaban Vati («Papi») por su actitud paternal; era además una persona muy creyente que exigía que los pilotos enemigos que eran capturados por todos los que estaban bajo su mando fueran tratados de manera adecuada. "Era un táctico maravilloso. Tenía mucho ingenio y una gran personalidad. Era el hombre con principios más elevados de cuantos he conocido".Günther Rall

Werner Mölders (Oberst). Era conocido por su fuerte carácter y sus subordinados le apodaban Vati («Papi

Jimmy Doolittle (1896 - 1993) Led the first US air raid on the Japanese home islands in World War II by flying B-25 bombers off the deck of a US aircraft carrier, his team of specially trained men was known as "Doolittle's Raiders"

Jimmy Doolittle (1896 - 1993) Led the first US air raid on the Japanese home islands in World War II by flying B-25 bombers off the deck of a US aircraft carrier, his team of specially trained men was known as "Doolittle's Raiders"

F/O John F Drummond was vectored with No 92 Squadron RAF in Mk Ia QJ-X onto a Do 17 just east of Brighton on 10 October 1940, he attempted beam attacks from either side with P/O Desmond G Williams. Turning blindly towards each other, Drummond's starboard wing struck Williams' tail. Drummond was too low for his parachute to open. He was still alive after hitting the ground so a priest administered the last rites before the 21-year-old pilot died in his arms.

F/O John F Drummond was vectored with No 92 Squadron RAF in Mk Ia QJ-X onto a Do 17 just east of Brighton on 10 October 1940, he attempted beam attacks from either side with P/O Desmond G Williams. Turning blindly towards each other, Drummond's starboard wing struck Williams' tail. Drummond was too low for his parachute to open. He was still alive after hitting the ground so a priest administered the last rites before the 21-year-old pilot died in his arms.

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Portrait of Flying Officer Antoni 'Tony' Glowacki, who shot down five enemy planes in one day on 24 August 1940 while in service with No. 501 Fighter Squadron RAF. At the time this photograph was taken, 13 April 1943, he was serving with No. 308 (Polish) Fighter Squadron. HU 106461.

Portrait of Flying Officer Antoni 'Tony' Glowacki, who shot down five enemy planes in one day on 24 August 1940 while in service with No. 501 Fighter Squadron RAF. At the time this photograph was taken, 13 April 1943, he was serving with No. 308 (Polish) Fighter Squadron. HU 106461.

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