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The Fleet Air Arm has always had an elite status and an image of 'derring-do' and living on the edge.
To mark the Millennium, 95 members of the Fleet Air Arm Officer's Association have recalled their experiences of over 55 years of post war naval flying.
These first person accounts pull no punishes. Some are highly amusing, others serious, even tragic. Covered are the piston engined planes, early jets and supersonic nuclear- capable fighter-bombers as well as the full range of helicopters so vital in many theatres.
Fly Navy is a unique and entertaining anthology of flying stories, which will delight all with even a passing interest in service life and aviation.
The subtitle says it all - this is how it was - for better or for worse.
The Battle of the River Plate
By: Gordon Landsborough
With Napoleon's Guard in Russia
By: Jonathan North, Louis Joseph Vionnet
Burma Railway Man
By: Charles Steel
A Dictionary of Coastal Command 1939 - 1945
By: Geoff Simpson
The KGB's Poison Factory
By: Boris Volodarsky
Ludlow in the Great War
By: Julie Phillips
Military Intelligence Blunders and Cover-Ups
By: Colonel John Hughes-Wilson
By: Lawrence Paterson
Foreword by: Maj Gen Adrian Freer
The Venlo Incident
By: Captain Sigismund Payne Best
Introduction by: Nigel Jones