Vickers - Armstrongs Wellington
The Wellington first flew in 1936 and entered service with the RAF in 1938 as a medium bomber and anti-submarine aircraft. Its distinctive geodetic construction, designed by Barnes Wallis, gave the bomber a greater chance of surviving anti-aircraft flak. Early in the war, Bomber Command used the Wellington for night raids before the Lancaster and Stirlings took on the role and the Wellington went on to anti-submarine duties. Just over 11,000 of these aircraft were built.
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