The Way to the Stars


- By the market square.

- Close?

- Fairly.

l hear as how they hit a shelter

over at Marston this morning

Over 50 dead and lots still buried.

- kick him, somebody.

- l'm only telling you what l heard.

The trouble is you always hear

such ruddy depressing things.

Funny how Jerry always comes over

at our PT time, Sarge.

Don't you worry, my boy.

You won't miss your PT.

More ruddy craters. lt makes you sick.

You break your back filling'em in

and Jerry digs up some more.

There's the CO.

This is Pilot Officer Penrose, sir.

He arrived today.

- How do you do?

- How do you do, sir?

Any relation of"Nipper" Penrose,

840 Squadron ?

No, sir.

Grand type, old Nipper,

- How many hours have you done in Blenheims?

- 15, sir.

15? What do they think they're doing

at OTU, these days?

l know there's a bit of a flap on at the moment,

but 15 hours? lt's a bit thick, l must say.

- He passed out pretty high in his course, sir.

- Did you? Good show.

Above average?

No, sir. Average.

l can't promise you much time to settle down.

- The Squadron is hard-worked at the moment.

- Yes, sir.

All clear. Come along to the crew room

and meet the blokes.

Well, if Jerry thinks he can put Halfpenny Field

out of action, he's making a big mistake.

As long as we've got 200 clear yards of turf,

we'll get off somehow.

Line shoot.

These fighter types, you know?

Top button undone.

Victory rolls.

Bad show, l think.

That's two of them. Can you see the third?

No, sir.

Mind you, l'm not saying they're not doing

a good job, at the moment.

No Shepley 165

Hello. The Golden Lion ?

Who's that? Fred?

Flight Lieutenant Archdale here.

No. No, don't bother her now.

l just wanted to know if everything was all right.

- Who's that, Fred?

- lt's the aerodrome, madam.

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