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Following the advice of UK and Scottish Governments, NCAP has returned to limited operations. Orders for not-yet-digitised aerial imagery are subject to revised delivery timescales.

D-Day - Air Interdiction

In order to prevent German reinforcements reaching the Normandy beachheads on D-Day, Allied aircraft carried out a planned programme of bombing of communications links in France. Railway yards, bridges, viaducts, airfields and road junctions were bombed by US and RAF heavy bombers. In addition, tactical fighter-bombers roamed the countryside looking for targets of opportunity, such as trucks and trains.