Many boys yearned for the glamour of R.A.F. life during the Second World War – like Smudger Green, a fifteen-year-old lad who just couldn’t wait to get behind the controls of a Lancaster bomber.
His first meeting with a Lanc pilot was far from friendly however, for Flight-Lieutenant Tod Brogan reckoned youngsters were just a confounded nuisance. But later the boy provided he had so much courage that Tod paid him the biggest compliment any pilot could – he named his place and its crew “Smudger’s Gang!”
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