UP IN HARM'S WAY. Flying with the Fleet Air Arm.

- This book covers the author's flying career from the finish of World War II until his final appointment as CO of the Naval Test Squadron at Boscombe Down. Having had an outstanding wartime record "Mike" Crosley became heavily involved with the introduction of Britain's first carrier-borne jet aircraft. The book explains how modern techniques, such as the angled flight deck, steam catapult and deck-landing mirror sights were developed the "hand's-off" launch technique for the Buccaneer witch saved it from probable cancellation at a very difficult time for British naval aviation.

UP IN HARM'S WAY. Flying with the Fleet Air Arm.

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Kind
Book
Author
R.M.Crosley
Language
English
Cover
Soft
Delivery
Frequently available

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