A partially smashed up Henschel Hs 129. The Henschel Hs 129 was a World War II ground-attack aircraft fielded by the German Luftwaffe. In combat service the Hs 129 lacked a sufficient chance to prove itself; the aircraft was produced in relatively small numbers and deployed during a time when the Luftwaffe was unable to protect them from attack. -
A Lancaster Bomber from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, flys over the Derwent Dam, 65 years to the day after the famous Dambuster raid known as Operation Chastise. Derwent Dam was used as a training location prior to the mission.