La livraison des Spitfires, le décès d’une convoyeuse

Posted on 10/08/2018

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Extrait de https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Ellis_(pilot)#Second_World_War

In October 1941, she joined the Air Transport Auxiliary, and was posted to a pool of women flyers based in Hamble in Hampshire. Over the course of the war she flew over 1,000 planes of 76 different types, including HarvardsHurricanesSpitfires and Wellington bombers. Some of her flights were to relocate planes from Royal Air Force airfields to the frontline, and others were to ferry new planes from factories to airfields.[1][3][5]