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British pilot Barrie Heath of No. 611 Squadron RAF posing with a piece of downed German aircraft, 1941

Caption   British pilot Barrie Heath of No. 611 Squadron RAF posing with a piece of downed German aircraft, 1941 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseRoyal Air Force
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 13 Jul 2010
Licensing  Public Domain

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1. heimat says:
27 Jan 2011 05:24:51 AM

You should mention the British pilot is wearing a German flying suit and mimicing a Hitler salute.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
30 Sep 2011 08:16:55 PM

RAF Pilot Berrie Heath is wearing a captured Luftwaffe one-peice flight suit, could be light weight summer suit that was beige in color, with flying helmet, w/soft leather earphones, but without goggles, rank on right sleeve three gulls, denotes Staff Sergeant.
3. Anonymous says:
18 Aug 2014 07:31:38 AM

It is written Dornier 215 - recon plane.

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