Rick Moulden

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Weeding, Weed Control, Killing Weeds

"Last of the Lancs: Airman lowers flag in salute to famed World War II bombers - the Avro Lancasters - the last four of which were retired from RCAF service in a ceremony at Downsview yesterday. The Lancasters, known as Lancs to the men who flew them, served with the RCAF for more than 20 years." Photo by Mario Geo, April 10, 1964. - Courtesy of Toronto Public Library & the Toronto Star Archives.

"Last of the Lancs: Airman lowers flag in salute to famed World War II bombers - the Avro Lancasters - the last four of which were retired from RCAF service in a ceremony at Downsview yesterday. The Lancasters, known as Lancs to the men who flew them, served with the RCAF for more than 20 years." Photo by Mario Geo, April 10, 1964. - Courtesy of Toronto Public Library & the Toronto Star Archives.

Spitfire Mk IX MH434

New book captures the last Spitfires in stunning air to air action. Soaring into the skies above the green and pleasant land they so spectacularly fought to defend 76 years ago, they are the last of the few airworthy Spitfires left.

Avro Lancaster rear gunner , the worst job on this type of aircraft

Avro Lancaster rear gunner , the worst job on this type of aircraft. Read a book called. "They hosed them out" .

"Last of the Lancs: Airman lowers flag in salute to famed World War II bombers - the Avro Lancasters - the last four of which were retired from RCAF service in a ceremony at Downsview yesterday. The Lancasters, known as Lancs to the men who flew them, served with the RCAF for more than 20 years." Photo by Mario Geo, April 10, 1964. - Courtesy of Toronto Public Library & the Toronto Star Archives.

"Last of the Lancs: Airman lowers flag in salute to famed World War II bombers - the Avro Lancasters - the last four of which were retired from RCAF service in a ceremony at Downsview yesterday. The Lancasters, known as Lancs to the men who flew them, served with the RCAF for more than 20 years." Photo by Mario Geo, April 10, 1964. - Courtesy of Toronto Public Library & the Toronto Star Archives.