|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
|Place made||United Kingdom: England, Lincolnshire|
|Date made||c 1944|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Group portrait of 101 Squadron, RAF, aircrew sitting in their 1929 Riley open touring car named ...
Group portrait of 101 Squadron, RAF, aircrew sitting in their 1929 Riley open touring car named 'G' George after their Lancaster bomber of the same code name. Identified, positions not certain: Sergeant (Sgt) Jock Laws, Rear Gunner, RAF; Sgt Dennis Goodliffe, Flight Engineer, RAF; Sgt Phil Medway, Wireless Operator, RAF; Flying Officer (FO) Stan Licquorish, Navigator, RCAF; FO Ken Fillingham, Pilot, RAF; Sgt Jack Salisbury, Mid Upper Gunner, RAF. Front row: Ken Connell, Bomb Aimer, RCAF; 424428 FO Adrian Montague Marks, Special Duty Operator (SDO), RAAF, pointing to the word 'DIGGER'. FO Stan Licquorish and Ken Marks were the only members of the crew to possess a driver's licenses and depending on the availability of petrol, the crew used the car during their off duty times to get off the base and explore the Lincolnshire countryside or visit local pubs.