8x12 inch photo of Vulcan bomber at Ascension Island in 1982 being prepared for its mission to bomb the airfield at Port Stanley, signed by RAF Vulcan bomber pilot Martin Withers DFC who was a Flight Lieutenant at the time of Black Buck 1, the first of seven Vulcan bomber missions which effectively marked the beginning of the Falklands conflict. The 16-hour flight from Ascension Island to Port Stanley and back on April 30 and May 1, 1982 was also the longest non-stop bombing mission in history.
Signed by Mr Withers at his home in October 2011 in return for a donation to the Vulcan to the Sky Trust.
Falklands War Black Buck Mission pilot Martin Withers DFC signed photo
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