One of the only surviving RAF Bomber Command veterans has turned 100-years-old today.
Jim Flint, who lives in Nottingham, was a Wing-Commander during the Second World War, where his bravery led to him being awarded the George Cross.
A Lancaster Bomber will fly over his lunchtime celebration today to mark the occasion.
He flew 56 missions during the Second World War.
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