152 items in this album on 8 pages.
|Portrait of Noor Inayat Khan, 31 Dec 1942||A WAAF corporal checking a delivery of 20mm Hispano cannon shells before being loaded onto a Beaufighter Mark VI aircraft of No. 96 Squadron RAF at RAF Honiley, Wroxall, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, 1943-1945|
|A WAAF driver turning the starting handle of a Standard 5-cwt van, Cardington, Bedfordshire, 1940s||A WAAF flight officer examining an aerial photograph with two Canadian photographic reconnaissance pilots, Benson, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1943|
|A WAAF leading aircraftwoman driver at the wheel of a Fordson 15-cwt van at Cardington, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, 1940s||A WAAF member transposing a plain language message into perforated morse tape while the other threaded the tape into a high-speed transmitter, Headquarters No. 60 (Signals) Group, RAF Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England, United Kingdom, date unknown|
|A WAAF officer, acompanied by a flight sergeant, inspecting a squad of WAAF Policewomen, RAF Police School at RAF Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom, 1940s||A WAAF orderly dispatching messages by Lamson tube, 1940s|
|A WAAF storewoman checking parts in the spares section at No. 16 Maintenance Unit, RAF Stafford, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom, date unknown||Acting Superintendent Mrs. Bolton of Women's Voluntary Service's Services Club at Chester House speaking to members of ATS and WAAF, Clarendon Place, Paddington, London, England, 1943|
|Crews of No. 77 Squadron RAF about to be driven by WAAF drivers to the dispersals at RAF Elvington, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom for the Squadron's fourth raid on Berlin, Germany, 1942-1945||Duchess of Gloucester Princess Alice, Honorary Air Commandant of the WAAF, being briefed by WAAF cypher officer Lady Dorothy Bowhill on internal transmission of decrypted signals by Lamson Tube at the Headquarters of Coastal Command, RAF Eastbury Park, Northwood, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom, date unknown|
|Duty officers and WAAF plotters at RAF Fighter Command No. 10 Group Headquarters Operations Room, RAF Rudloe Manor (RAF Box), Corsham, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, 1943||Flight Officer P. M. Wright supervising Sergeant K. F. Sperrin and WAAF operators Joan Lancaster, Elaine Miley, Gwen Arnold, and Joyce Hollyoak in the receiver room at RAF Bawdsey, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, date unknown|
|Flying control officer Pilot Officer R. P. Burrows and his WAAF assistant sending barometric pressure data to landing aircraft, RAF Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, 1942-1945||Leading Aircraftwoman Lilian Yule tractoring a Avro Lancaster B Mark III bomber of No. 49 Squadron RAF to its dispersal slot at RAF Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 1942-1944; this bomber, DV238, was later lost during a raid on Berlin, Germany during the night of 16-17 Dec 1944 with No. 44 Squadron RAF|
|Members of the WAAF Police taking part in a demonstration court martial during a training course at the RAF Police School at RAF Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom, 1940s||Policewomen Corporal Marion Jacklin (left) and Sergeant Annie Miller (hidden) speaking to Corporal Jessie Brown and Leading Aircraftwoman Pat Walton at a market, India, 1941-1945; all of these women were WAAF personnel|
|Portrait of RAF and WAAF members of B Watch (Operations), RAF Watnall, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom, 1940s||Portrait of WAAF member Beryl Minta based in RAF Watnall, 1940s|
152 items in this album on 8 pages.