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Jerry Gegg complete with 9mm Browning studying his offsets at RAF Wyton in 1978. Jerry has found an alternative use for the co-pilot's ultimate responsibilty, the in-flight ration box. The V-force flew on its stomachs and attending the pre-flight meal was a sacred duty. In-flight rations were spectacularly boring (a sandwich, a Kit-Kat, a carton of milk perhaps) unless one restocked at a USAF base of course. Legend had it that there used to be post-flight meals too but an epidemic of obesity was said to have put a stop to them.

© Andy Leitch


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