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|Flight Lieutenant Tom Wingham|
With 76 Sqn he was a Bomb Aimer on Halifaxes before his aircraft was shot down on a mission to Dusseldorf on 22nd April 1944. Using several well-organised ‘escape lines’, which were set up by local civilians throughout parts of Europe to help keep evading aircrew fed and clothed, he eventually made it through to Allied Lines on 13th September 1944.
Items Signed by Flight Lieutenant Tom Wingham
| ||No.76 Squadron Halifax by Ivan Berryman. (AP)|
Price : £170.00
|Halifaxes of No.76 Squadron RAF en route to another night bombing raid over Germany. The lead aircraft here has code MP-L. Serial numbers for aircraft were unique, but codes like MP-L were transferred after an aircraft was lost. A total of 10 air......|
Packs with at least one item featuring the signature of Flight Lieutenant Tom Wingham
|Pilot / Aircrew Signed WW2 Halifax Prints by Ivan Berryman and Gerald Coulson.|
Pack Price : £300.00
Saving : £180
|Aviation Print Pack. ......|
Titles in this pack :
Leading the Way by Gerald Coulson.
No.76 Squadron Halifax by Ivan Berryman. (AP)
|Squadrons for : Flight Lieutenant Tom Wingham|
|A list of all squadrons known to have been served with by Flight Lieutenant Tom Wingham. A profile page is available by clicking the squadron name.|
Country : UK
Founded : 15th September 1916
Fate : Disbanded 31st December 1960
|No.76 Sqn RAF|
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|Aircraft for : Flight Lieutenant Tom Wingham|
|A list of all aircraft associated with Flight Lieutenant Tom Wingham. A profile page including a list of all art prints for the aircraft is available by clicking the aircraft name.|
Manufacturer : Handley Page
Production Began : 1941
Retired : 1952
Number Built : 6177
Royal Air Force heavy Bomber with a crew of six to eight. Maximum speed of 280mph (with MK.VI top speed of 312mph) service ceiling of 22,800feet maximum range of 3,000 miles. The Halifax carried four .303 browning machine guns in the tail turret, two .303 browning machines in the nose turret in the MK III there were four .303 brownings in the dorsal turret. The Handley Page Halifax, first joined the Royal Air Force in March 1941 with 35 squadron. The Halifax saw service in Europe and the Middle east with a variety of variants for use with Coastal Command, in anti Submarine warfare, special duties, glider-tugs, and troop transportation roles. A total of 6177 Halifax's were built and stayed in service with the Royal Air Force until 1952
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