RAF Fighter Command 1936-1968: An Operational and Historical Record (Google eBook)

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Casemate Publishers, Dec 1, 2007 - History - 320 pages
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This is a comprehensive reference to the structure, operation, aircraft and men of Fighter Command. The main sections of the book include a general historical introduction and overview, operations, operational groups, aircrew training and technical details of each aircraft type. Lengthy Annexes cover personnel, the squadrons in World War II, orders of battle for each wartime year, maps of airfield locations and numbers of enemy aircraft downed.
  

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User Review  - CharlesFerdinand - LibraryThing

If you read just one book about Fighter Command, it had to be this one. Most books about Fighter Command tend to be all about the Battle of Britain, with a few extra chapters stuck on. This one, on ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
221
Section 2
222
Section 3
229
Section 4
231
Section 5
233

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About the author (2007)

Ken Delve left the RAF after a twenty-year flying career to become Editor of Flypast magazine and subsequently Editor-in-Chief with Key Publishing with responsibility for eight aviation magazines. An established author, he also lectures on RAF history.

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