The Sky was the Limit
This is the story of an ordinary Pilot of the Indian Air Force during the early days of the Second World War. As a Seventh Course Pilot of the I.A.F. he gives his personal experiences of training and life in the Air Force, the aircraft flown, operations in the North West Frontier and against the Japanese in Burma.
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The Birth of the Indian Air Force
Operations and Life in the Air Force
Operations against Japanese
The National Defence Academy
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