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Special Forces Pilot: A Flying Memoir of the Falkland War Kindle Edition
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One issue in the book where Dick is unequivocal and detailed in his criticism is the Vulcan raid on Port Stanley airport which he characterises as a failure and a waste of resources. Rowland White in "Vulcan 607" paints an entirely different picture. It would be interesting to hear further debate on this operation.Read more ›
I hope many others will go on nd read this superb book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great and clearly honest account of what really happened down in the South Atlantic 30 years ago. Interesting that our brave men (lions) are still led by donkeys...Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
As an ex serviceman this is a most interesting account about a mission none of us were aware of at the time of the conflict. Read morePublished 9 months ago by specky27
Boring no point in reading as there is no story to tell. Typical officer lingo wasted a couple of hours of my life..Published 11 months ago by sean
This is a bland and repetitive book. Not at all what I was expecting. Just routine; did this, did that and then did this again. Written without any feeling or humour. Read morePublished 12 months ago by IronTag
A fascinating insight into the life of a naval aviator during the Falklands war. Much has been written and made of the heroics of their fixed winged colleagues but the accounts by... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Paul Leyshon
Excellent book well worth reading, if you remember the conflict this book gives you the insight into what really happened behind the headlines.Published 16 months ago by P R Hathaway-Jones