On the Edge: Personal Flying Experiences During the Second World War

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GeneralStore PublishingHouse, 1999 - Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945 - Opérations aériennes britanniques - 195 pages
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Contents

The Path to War
1
Pilot Training
4
Going Overseas
18
Flying Motorless Aircraft
19
Mustangs
31
The Squadron
33
Big Wing vs Low Level Line Abreast Battle Formation
70
Early Operations
73
Suspicion of Sabotage
120
The Invasion of Europe Operation Overlord
122
Consolidating the Normandy Beachhead
127
Hitlers Secret Weapons
129
My Final Mission
131
On My Own
134
Attempting to Reach the French Resistance Movement
138
Joining the Giles Jedburgh Team at the Maquis Camp
145

An Interesting Leave
85
London Air Raids
88
Weakness of the Aircraft
94
Flying Strategies and Incidents
96
FighterBomber Affiliation
100
Night Ranger Sortie
104
The Mobile Aspect of Tactical Command
113
The Survival Course
117
Returning to My Base
158
Going Home
163
My Last Flying Duty In Canada
166
Afterthoughts
168
Triggered Memories
172
Letters
174
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