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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: Number 2788 Squadron, the first RAF Regiment squadron to go into the line with the Eighth Army as an infantry regiment.
Description: Two Morris Scout cars belonging to an RAF Reconnaissance Group. The crew run into the picture and man them with a driver, gunner and commander in each. A local Arab. The commander and gunner scrambling into their respective turrets. Close-up of the gunner's turret showing the name of the car, "Happy" and the painted head of the Disney dwarf of the same name. The two cars moving off. An Arab dwelling. Men of the RAF regiment manning a 2 pounder anti-tank gun and firing two rounds near Tallyho Corner. A close-up of the arm of one of the crew with the RAF Regiment flash, the Albatross, and the Leading Aircraftman badge (a propeller). The crew manning the 2 pounder gun are Leading Aircraftmen H McDowell from Glasgow, S Adams from Leamington Spa, E Barry from Chester and H Ellis from Sheffield.