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Members of the public wait for a Lancaster bomber to fly over Derwent... Photo d'actualité70e anniversaire,Allemagne,Angleterre,Anniversaire d'un évènement,Attaque aérienne,Attendre,Bamford,Barrage,Bombardier,Bombardier Lancaster,Comté de Derby,Dambusters,Derwent Reservoir,Explosif,Horizontal,Personne humaine,Royaume-Uni,Science et technologie,Sciences humaines,Voler,ÉvénementPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPMembers of the public wait for a Lancaster bomber to fly over Derwent Reservoir in Derbyshire, England on May 16, 2013, as part of events marking the 70th Anniversary of an air-raid on three dams in Germany's Ruhr Valley by a team of airmen dubbed the 'Dambusters'. A British World War II Lancaster bomber performed a flypast over a reservoir used for practice runs by the legendary 'Dambusters' airmen to mark 70 years since their daring raid over Nazi Germany's industrial heartland. The four-engined aircraft was joined by two Spitfires and two modern-day Tornado jets as they swept over the Derwent Reservoir in Derbyshire, northern England, where the Royal Air Force trialled the 'bouncing bomb'. AFP PHOTO/ANDREW YATES (Photo credit should read ANDREW YATES/AFP/Getty Images)