Sterling bomber

Armourers attach carriers to two 1,000-lb GP bombs before manoeuvring the bomb trolley under a Short Stirling Mark I of No. 218 Squadron RAF at Downham Market, Norfolk. Note the hoist cables hanging from the bomb-bay winches, and the trolley-accumulator...

Armourers attach carriers to two 1,000-lb GP bombs before manoeuvring the bomb trolley under a Short Stirling Mark I of No. 218 Squadron RAF at Downham Market, Norfolk. Note the hoist cables hanging from the bomb-bay winches, and the trolley-accumulator...

Aviation and Transport Art "Short Stirlings" - 602 Squadron Short Stirling glider tugs crossing the Rhine moments before releasing the 6th Airborne Division in their Horsa gliders

Aviation and Transport Art "Short Stirlings" - 602 Squadron Short Stirling glider tugs crossing the Rhine moments before releasing the 6th Airborne Division in their Horsa gliders

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The Short Stirling was the first four-engined British heavy bomber of the Second World War.  The Stirling was designed by Short Brothers to meet a Air Ministry specification from 1936. When the preferred design from Supermarine had to be abandoned, the Stirling was ordered for the RAF. It entered service in early 1941.

The Short Stirling was the first four-engined British heavy bomber of the Second World War. The Stirling was designed by Short Brothers to meet a Air Ministry specification from 1936. When the preferred design from Supermarine had to be abandoned, the Stirling was ordered for the RAF. It entered service in early 1941.

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A British Sterling bomber attacks a German industrial target. "British Stirling heavy bombers" by W. Krogman, 1941

A British Sterling bomber attacks a German industrial target. "British Stirling heavy bombers" by W. Krogman, 1941

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