Decided to join your great site just out of general interest as my father was a flight engineer on Liberators in coastal command. To be honest I don't have that much information on what he did, but I have some photo's to put up, which will be of general interest and, of course, it would be great to glean more general or specific information. So here are a couple of photo's, one of the plane itself and the other marked on the back as 4 Squadron D Flight, Torquay 30/10/1943.
Hi and welcome to the site Colin.
I'd love to see the photos you mention.
It's been a bit quite round here for a long time, I'm desperately trying to get some time to do some much needed updates but it's not been easy balancing real life things, the only updates I've had to do are ones to keep the site up and running. I'm going to start adding some new photos today so stay tuned maybe you'll find something you were looking for.
'Yea, Though I Fly Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, I Shall Fear No Evil. For I am at 50,000 Feet and Climbing.'
Hi Gary, thanks for your welcome. I thought I had uploaded those two photos, I will try again. My father is in the second row from the top third from the left. Flight Sergeant Ted Amey from Bournemouth UK.