Waiting Patiently - Hawker Typhoon
Hawker Typhoon Dispersal Art Print by Artist Paul Couper AGAvA
One of the memories many pilots from WWII held was that of boredom waiting for the call to action. Pilots at dispersal could be waiting for a call to intercept raiders, mount a ground strike or simply to destroy an errant barrage balloon. Reading, Cards and sports helped to pass the time a little but the fear and apprehension was never far away.