The Army’s aerial spies

During its time as part of Army Co-operation Command, No 140 Squadron, RAF honed its craft as a leading provider of important intelligence through aerial photography. Its Spitfires and Blenheims ran the gauntlet of flak and fighters over occupied Europe to bring back this vital material

NO 140 SQUADRON

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