Piloted by RAAF skipper T.N.Scholefield, No. 467 Squadron’s Lancaster “S For Sugar,” one of RAF Bomber Command’s most famous “Lancs,” heads out on her 100th mission on May 11, 1944.
Embellished with a bomb symbol painted on the fuselage signifying each raid completed, and the infamous Hermann Goering quotation “No enemy plane will fly over the Reich Territory,” the mighty bomber leads a formation bound for Germany. In total she completed 137 bombing raids. Today, beautifully restored, “S For Sugar” proudly rests in the RAF Bomber Command Museum at Hendon, London.
Each print is individiually signed by two distinguished members of RAF Bomber Command who flew Lancaster during World War II.
Flight Sergeant STAN BRADFORD DFM
Flight Lieutenant BOB KNIGHTS DSO DFC