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- Immediately after World War II broke out, Dr. Wallis of Vickers suggested bombing and destroying a group of dams supplying power in the Ruhr area, Germany's largest industrial area.
- Pack a bomb in the shape of a drum can about 3 tons of explosives, give a reverse rotation to the direction of travel, jump the water surface, strike the dam's chest wall, sink at that position and explode it at a depth of 9 meters to destroy the dam.
- The Lancaster BMK.III equipped with this bomb has been remodeled into a greatly sculpted lower surface to carry this special bomb upkeep.
- On May 13, 1943 at midnight of the 617 squadron's 19 Lancaster BMK. III modifications of the 617 squadron succeeded in destroying two large dams in Germany, and after the operation, the 617 squadron commanded with Lt. It quickly became famous as a dam busters.