RAF ground personnel service the engine of a P-47 Thunderbolt in Batavia, 1945. Printed caption on reverse: 'BRITISH OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH (AIR MINISTRY) CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. RAF IN BATAVIA. RAF ground crews at Kemajoran airfield in Batavia service Thunderbolt aircraft in readiness for operations against the Indonesians in Sourabaya. CF 843. Left to right- Sergeant A Dennison of 12, Parkmount Garden, Thore Road, Belfast; Leading Aircraftman T Heron of Monkstown, Co. Antrim; Leading Aircraftman W. McCleave of 34 Bootle Street, Belfast; Leading Aircraftman Caffrey of 32 Mount Street, Dublin; and Flgith Sergeant A McGrath of Millbrook Road, Lisburn, Ireland. Picture issued 1945.'
Brigadier General Edmund W Hill presents a check to Air Vice Marshall Stevenson. RAF. Image stamped on reverse: 'Confidential.' [stamp], 'Passed for publication 29 Sept 1943.' [stamp] and '36308.' [Censor no.] Printed caption on reverse: 'ETO-NID-WBS-43-1029-OGWA-SEPT 26, 1943. Brigadier General Edmund W Hill, commanding General US Forces in Northern Ireland, (left) presents a check of one hundred and ninety three pounds, seven shillings and eight pence to Air Vice Marshall Stevenson, Royal Air Force. The donation was from US Forces stationed in Northern Ireland to the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund. The Proceeds were from an American baseball game played in Northern Ireland 14 August 1943. Presentation check from US Forces in Northern Ireland to the Royal Air Forces Benevolent Fund, Location, City Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland.'
An Eighth Air Force Composite Command base.