Winds of Destruction: The Autobiography of a Rhodesian Combat Pilot

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30 South Publishers, 2005 - Fighter pilots - 392 pages
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Written by a serving Air Force pilot, this is one man's story of the Thirteen-Year bush-war fought in Rhodesia. It was a contest between those seeking to retain western democracy and those who sought to take power through the barrel of a gun.
 

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I loved the description of training, particularly the part where he describes learning instrument flying.

Contents

Chapter 2
25
Chapter 3
48
Chapter 4
65
Chapter 5
93
Chapter 6
116
Chapter 7
171
Chapter 8
272
Chapter 9
338
Chapter 10
375
Epilogue
389
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