Horsa and Hamilcar gliders lined up with Halifax tugs at RAF Brize Norton Hamilcar gliders lined up on a runway RAF Personnel and glider-borne troops wait for take-off Horsas bound for the Second Lift wait on an RAF airfield Airborne troops waiting beside their gliders on an RAF airfield

Horsas bound for the Second Lift wait on an RAF airfield Soldiers decorating the fuselage of their Horsa before departing with the Second Lift Soldiers about to depart with the Second Lift admire the decorated fuselage of their Horsa Men of the 6th Airlanding Brigade shortly before take-off on the 6th June Medical personnel boarding a Horsa glider

A Halifax towing a Horsa takes off from Tarrant Rushton A Horsa takes off A Halifax towing a Hamilcar glider on the 6th June A Halifax passes over the English Channel with the Second Lift Horsa gliders and their tug aircraft flying to Normandy on the evening of D-Day

Halifax and Hamilcar combinations approaching the French coast on the 6th June A Horsa en-route to Normandy, as seen by the rear gunner of a Halifax Troops of the 3rd Infantry Division watch the arrival of the Second Lift Three Hamilcar gliders about to land on LZ-N Soldiers of the 6th Airlanding Brigade attaching a trailer to their Jeep

Men of the Royal Ulster Rifles leaving LZ-N in a Jeep Abandoned Horsa gliders on one of the landing zones Abandoned Horsa gliders on one of the landing zones Abandoned Horsa gliders on one of the landing zones Abandoned Horsa gliders on one of the landing zones

Abandoned Horsa gliders on a landing zone A Tetrarch tank, wrecked by a Hamilcar glider