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ejwalshe

No. 149 Night Bombing Squadron, St. Omer Aerodome, 18 July 1918

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ejwalshe

101 YEARS AGO TODAY:  No. 149 Night Bombing Squadron, St. Omer Aerodome, 18 July 1918.  Air mechanics of the 149th Night Bombing Squadron detonating (sic) bombs to be dropped in one night, Aerodrome near St. Omer, 18 July 1918.  Pilots of the 149th Squadron RAF constructing a map at the aerodrome near St. Omer, 18 July 1918. This form of 'jigsaw puzzle' was intended to make the pilots of this Night Bombing Squadron familiar with the country.  The ruined church at Saint-Venant, 18 July 1918. St. Venant was threatened by the German advance of 18 April 1918, but remained in British hands.

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