One of the 2nd Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry gliders, carrying a part of "D" Company, including Private Denis Edwards, a veteran of Pegasus Bridge and later author of "The Devil's Own Luck". Despite having the starboard wing-tip and aileron shot off by shell fire at 1,000 feet, then similarly losing the tail section whilst bullets came through the fuselage amongst the passengers, nobody aboard was hurt. Copyright: Imperial War Museum.