George Johnson was Bomb aimer on the famous Dambusters raid.
Ron Green Piloted a Avro Lancaster from 1942 till the end of the war
He was sent on a mission to Italy to pick up the last group of Desert Rats at the end of the war
Flt. Lt. Ronald Homes DFC
he is also a Lancaster pilot or 101 Squadron and veteran of 32 ops. over enemy territory WWII
Ronald serving in WW2 in the RAF as a Pilot on Lancasters in Europe and Dakotas in India, Australia and the Far East
he has been awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross
101 Squadron Lancasters were later equipped with a top secret radio jamming system codenamed "Airborne Cigar" (ABC) operated by German-speaking members known as "special operators" commonly abbreviated to "spec ops". They sat in a curtained off area towards the rear of the aircraft and located and jammed German fighter controllers broadcasts, occasionally posing as controllers to spread disinformation. The aircraft fitted with the system were distinctive due to the two large vertical antennae rising from the middle of the fuselage. Breaking the standing operating procedure of radio silence to conduct the jamming made the aircraft highly vulnerable to being tracked and attacked, which resulted in 101 Squadron having the highest casualty rate of any squadron.