Aeroplane Icons - Short Stirling

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THE SHORT STIRLING
First Details of Great Britain’s Biggest Bomber; a period article from Flight dated January 29, 1942

STIRLING PRODUCTION
In production from May 1940 until November 1945, 2,223 examples of this huge bomber were delivered to the RAF

OPERATING THE STIRLING
Outstanding interior views of the Stirling from the archives

SALUTE TO THE STIRLING
A first-hand account of flying Britain’s first four-engined bomber of World War Two by D Murray Peden

A STIRLING JOB
By F D Bradbrooke – The Aeroplane September 11, 1942

A KIWI’S NEST IN FENLAND
75 (NZ) Squadron and the Stirling at Mepal by Martyn Chorlton

THE STIRLING VCS
Just two airmen, both pilots, earned the Victoria Cross whilst in command of a Short Stirling. Their stories are told by Martyn Chorlton

THE HEAVY CONVERSION UNITS  HCUS

ONE OF THE BIGGEST ‘SPOOFS’ OF THE WAR
Operation Glimmer by 218 (Gold Coast) Squadron by Martyn Chorlton

STIRLING WORK
The post-war service use as a transport aircraft by Mike Pitchers, who flew as second pilot on Stirling Mk Vs

STIRLING CIVIL SERVANTS
Geoffrey Allington tells how during the winter of 1946/7 he purchased ten brand new ex-RAF Stirlings for Trans-Air

AT THE SHARP END
The Stirling served with 28 front-line, operational squadrons from August 1940 through to the end of the World War Two