Journey Together

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Movie (1945)
French title : La grande aventure

Richard Attenborough (David Wilton)
Jack Watling (John Aynesworth)
David Tomlinson (Smith)
Edward G. Robinson (Dean McWilliams, the USAAF fitter)

(Synopsis needed)

Avro Anson Mk 1

33 / MG08 ?

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Identification 3-view chart of the Messerschmitt Me 264.

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1 : Dornier Do 17;
2 : Unidentified twin-engine;
3 : Messerschmitt Bf 109 ("it's a 111" is the wrong answer given by Aynesworth);
4 : Focke-Wulfe Fw 190A;
5 : maybe a Junkers Ju 87 Stuka ?

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de Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth

First appearance in close foreground allowing to see some lettering on the fin flash and the rudder : unusual !

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First pratical flying exercise. Note the folding top (not used here) for the future training according instrument flying rule procedure.

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North American T-6

Training is now in the United States of America filmed at Falcon Field (Arizona), near Mesa.

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Boeing-Stearman Model 75

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Unidentified Aircraft

(bottom) Unidentified Desk Model

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Avro Anson (Mk V?)

Navigational training in Canada.

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Barrage balloon

Back in the United Kingdom, an unraised barrage balloon seen from the train.

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Avro Lancaster B Mk.I/Mk.III

Fictionnal 522 Squadron.

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Armourer ready to load some 4,000-lb HC bomb.

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Squadron code OJ is for No. 149 Squadron RAF which converted to the type on August 1944.

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The large blister under the rear fuselage is the H2S, a ground-looking navigation radar system.

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Messerschmitt Bf 110

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White dots to underline the Bf 110 shape.

Avro Lancaster B Mk.I/Mk.III

Ditching sequence.
Badly hurt by the flak, several engines stopped or burning, the crew prepares for a water landing.

The rear gunner is creeping to join the crew in a forward station.
The bomber left, the sea is closer and closer, seconds before the impact.
Crash position.
Airframe flooded nearly to sink.
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Unidentified Aircraft

The life raft is deployed and the seven men climb aboard. One of them is sculpting a single engine fighter.

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Douglas Boston

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