Canberra – Gun Packs and Nukes

Ken Delve looks back at the Interdictor-Strike Canberras in RAF Germany, where conventional weapons and nuclear bombs were the order of the day

While the first armed Canberras in Germany served with the four squadrons of the short-lived No.551 Wing of RAF Bomber Command, it was in the strike-interdictor role that the Canberra made its name in Germany.

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