The book gives a very detailed analysis of the flights that took place from the 2 airfields- Long Marston and Honeybourne during WWII. There are reports in chronological order of the history of both airfields and a very good selection of black and white photographs of air grew, ground crew, planes and local photographs at the time, like a victory parade in Evesham. However, I bought the book because my father was stationed on these airfields in the RAF regiment squadron, defending the airfields and all I found were two sentences- they arrived in July 1942 for 6 weeks extensive training and left for Cornwall in August 2002! For me having more about the gunners, defence armaments and photographs of the RAF regiment personnel would have been perfect. Still a very good book for those who have an interest in RAF flying history and families of the pilots and aircrew who served on the camps.