Commander of the 257th Fighter Squadron of the Royal Air Force Robert Stanford Tuck in the cockpit of his Hurricane fighter.
On board the fighter painted a mark of 23 air victories, of which 7 were won over Dunkirk, and the rest in the “Battle of Britain.”
In January 1942, Robert Tuck was shot down by anti-aircraft fire in France, and he was captured by the Nazis. By this time on his account were 27 downed German aircraft.
Location: Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, UK