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Description: A Dakota lands and taxies to a standstill, stirring up airfield dust; seven RAF men go to meet it (tents in the background); the Sergeant drives his RAF truck (past fields and hayricks); he chats to a passenger (offscreen); shots (filmed from the trucks bonnet) of the Sergeant wearing goggles as he drives; the truck is driven down a narrow lane, past Carpiquet church (tower damaged) and down the village street (bombed buildings on either side).
Production Details: Royal Air Force (Production company)
Challis, Christopher George (Production individual)
Eades (Sergeant) (Production individual)
Personalities, Units and Organisations: Royal Air Force (regiment/service)
Keywords: aircraft, United States - transport: Douglas C-47 Dakota & [British] (object name)
buildings, French - religious: church & [damaged] (object name)
destruction, French military - area: bomb (object name)
operations, British air - routine (object name)
Carpiquet, Calvados, France (geography)