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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancaster View Post
    The Lancaster again today Attachment 4842

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    Lovely watch and wrist shot, thanks for sharing.

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    William Reid https://g.co/kgs/57Ztsf

    The Lanc model is Mickey the Moocher and QR-M was the squadron letters the Lancaster that flew in the Battle of Britain memorial flight used some years ago.

    Mickey was one of a few Lancs that did over 100 ops, reaching about 120+ by wars end.

    I've just been checking its history and it was on the same ops as my dad as I recognise one of its pilots names.

    William Reid was the Squadrons VC winner but the letters of that kite was QR-O and don't know how I got mixed up, sorry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancaster View Post
    The Lancaster again today Attachment 4842

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    Simply stunning Larry.

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    Cheers����

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancaster View Post
    William Reid https://g.co/kgs/57Ztsf

    The Lanc model is Mickey the Moocher and QR-M was the squadron letters the Lancaster that flew in the Battle of Britain memorial flight used some years ago.

    Mickey was one of a few Lancs that did over 100 ops, reaching about 120+ by wars end.

    I've just been checking its history and it was on the same ops as my dad as I recognise one of its pilots names.

    William Reid was the Squadrons VC winner but the letters of that kite was QR-O and don't know how I got mixed up, sorry
    I remember PA474 in those codes - mustíve been early 2000ís at a guess?

    J.

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    First post in a while gents...hope you all are well.

    ALT1-P back in action this weekend.



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    At my best friends Retirement from the USMC at the US Naval Academy


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bc321 View Post
    At my best friends Retirement from the USMC at the US Naval Academy


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    Had to go and one-up me!! : )

    Kidding of course, great shot!!! My grail watch...one day, one day!!

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    You're right J, PA474 is the serial number from when the Lancaster was built, I think the current squadron letters are VN which is 50 Squadron.
    50 Squadron was the sister squadron of 61 at RAF Skellingthorpe where my dad was stationed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawkeye8278 View Post
    First post in a while gents...hope you all are well.

    ALT1-P back in action this weekend.



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    Looks nice, thanks for sharing.

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