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'Friendly Fire' incident.

'Friendly Fire' incident.

Mr. Garrison describes the consequences of inaccurate targeting, the death of 600 allied soldiers.

Teamwork

Teamwork

Mr. Garrison describes the interdependence and diversity of an air crew.

Flak, "Coning" and the impact of losing aircraft.

Flak, "Coning" and the impact of losing aircraft.

Mr. Garrison describes German antiaircraft activity and its often devastating effects.

Trapped

Trapped

Mr. Garrison describes the plight of Upper-Mid and Tail Gunners when a bomber is going down.

Leading the Target

Leading the Target

Mr. Garrison describes proper gunning technique and engaging the enemy over the Ruhr Valley.

Comparing bombers

Comparing bombers

Mr. Garrison describes different turret capabilities of the Halifax and Lancaster bomber.

Crewing up / First action

Crewing up / First action

Mr. Garrison describes his first combat action.

Trip to London

Trip to London

Mr. Garrison describes travelling to London and his interest in local history.

Comparing bombers

Comparing bombers

Mr. Garrison describes different turret capabilities of the Halifax and Lancaster bomber.

"We were not all heroes..."

"We were not all heroes..."

Mr. Coffell describes a less than honourable way to survive the war.

Flying on course; for better or worse.

Flying on course; for better or worse.

Mr. Coffell describes the need for disciplined flying regardless of the consequences.

"...it had to be right."

"...it had to be right."

Mr. Coffell's reflections on being a navigator.

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