Tomahawk IIB, F/L Clive Caldwell, No 250 Squadron, Royal Air Force, Lybia, 1941

Clive Robertson Caldwell DSO, DFC & Bar (28 July 1910 – 5 August 1994) was the leading Australian air ace of World War II. He is officially credited with shooting down 28.5 enemy aircraft in over 300 operational sorties. In addition to his official score, he has been ascribed six probables and 15 damaged.

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F/L Clive “Killer” Caldwell
Tomahawk IIB
No 250 Squadron, Royal Air Force
Lybia, December 1941



Artist: Gaëtan Marie

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