Aircraft recognition tips for the British Lancaster Bomber
United Kingdom Date:1943 Duration:2 min 43 sec Sound:Yes
Aircraft recognition instruction for the British Lancaster Bomber during World War II. Lancaster moves on runway and takes off. Diagrammatic description of the Lancaster design. Lateral view shows four engines attached to the flat wing which is oval at the end. Long flat fuselage curved from tip and tail. Oval shaped small wing at the tail. Side view describes the design of tip in shape of number 3. One of the egg shaped twin tails at the end. Front view diagrammatic design shows four under slung engines and other specifications of the Lancaster.
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