On 14th June 1941, elements of the army's 61st Divisional Engineers displayed a number of methods of crossing the Aghadowey River at Agivey, Co. Londonderry.
During the Second World War, several airfields operated around Binevenagh in Co. Londonderry. The mountain proved hazardous for air force crews in training.
During the Second World War, British troops used Coleraine and the nearby countryside in Co. Londonderry as an area to train in for the frontlines in Europe.
Downhill is a village on the north-west coast of Northern Ireland in a strategically important position overlooking the North Atlantic not far from Lough Foyle.
In November 1942, sappers from 61st Divisional Engineers began cutting a new road through the Sperrin Mountains from Templemoyle near Dungiven, Co. Londonderry.
The village of Kilrea, Co. Londonderry boasts pillboxes, a war memorial, and an old manor house that saw use as a military hospital during the Second World War.
The quiet market town of Limavady in Co. Londonderry saw some great changes during the Second World War with the military use of the nearby Aghanloo Airfield.
Many remnants of Second World War activity remain around the Atlantic coastline of Magilligan, Co. Londonderry. Much of the area remains in military use today.
Moneymore in Mid-Ulster, Co. Londonderry played host to British and American soldiers based in Northern Ireland during the years of the Second World War.
During the Second World War, Slieve Gallion was the scene of multiple aviation incidents including the crash of a U.S.A.A.F. B-26B Marauder in June 1944.
During the Second World War, the Sperrin Mountains, Co. Londonderry were a hive of activity. They served as a training ground as well as a hazard for aircraft.