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Lancaster B I R5868 "S-Sugar" is the oldest surviving Lancaster. It was delivered to the RAF in June 1942 and flew for the remainder of the war. It originally as "Q-Queenie" with No. 83 Squadron RAF from RAF Scampton and then as "S-Sugar" with No. 463 and No. 467 RAAF Squadrons from RAF Waddington. This aircraft was the first RAF heavy bomber to complete 100 operations (going on to fly 137 sorties). It is now on display at the RAF Museum,

Royal Air Force Supermarine Swift FR.5 of No. 2 Squadron RAF in flight. 2 Squadron flew the Swift from 1956 to 1961 and was part of RAF Germany.

Group Captain Adolph Gysbert "Sailor" Malan in the Spitfire Mk IX (FY-F) of an Australian Squadron lead by Squadron Leader Hugo 'Sinker' Armstrong, CO of 611 Squadron RAF at Biggin Hill on the 2nd January 1943. Armstrong was shot down and killed in this Spitfire a month later, on 5th February. He was 'bounced' by eight Fw 190s of 5/JG26 over Boulogne. (© IWMCH 8119) (Colourised by Doug)

Samoa Bundt Cake

Tis the season! Samoa Bundt Cake is back. Quite possibly the greatest dessert recipe in the history of the universe. Chocolate and Brown sugar swirl cake topped with caramel frosting, toasted coconut and chocolate ganache. Not healthy, but totally worth every bite!

Hawker Hurricane RAF ace Albert G. Lewis adjusting his parachute before take-off during the Battle of Britain, October 1940. Lewis flew with the No. 85 Squadron.