National Geographic : 1942 Jun
War Echoes in the West Indies Upon the Navigator's Accuracy Depend the Crew's Lives and the Bomber's Success On the fuselage of a Percival Proctor trainer, students of the Royal Naval Air Station observer school in Trinidad plot the course for a practice flight. Navigation of a naval plane has to be exact, for it must fly to a moving target from a moving aircraft carrier. ( National Geographic Society Kodachlrones by Luis Mardenl "Righto, Yank; This Will Make a Picture" Two chief petty officers and a rating at H. M . S . Goshawk, Royal Naval Air Station in Trinidad, drape them selves with drying football (soccer) jerseys. Windjammer sailors called such beards "muzzle lashings."