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    Surviving the Japanese Onslaught: An RAF POW in Burma - William Albert Tate

    The first thing that struck me about this book was the physical quality: heavy grade, glossy paper. The second thing that struck me, whilst I was reading the table of contents, was the imbalance of chapter lengths. Some were but a few pages, but chapter 5 ran for almost 80 pages! Intrigued, I...
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    Commando Helicopter Force

    I have been looking at Aircrewman in the Royal Navy and Weapon Systems Operator (Loadmaster) in the RAF. I really don't know which one to go for? After researching both, I have read good and bad things about both. I want to go for the one which is more exiting and interesting, where everyday...
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    A Passion For flying (50 years in the cockpit) – Tom Eeles

    50 years in an RAF uniform and 8000 flying hours on 10 plus types of aircraft – Impressive! Sadly, that’s where it ends for me. I normally enjoy people’s life stories but this was a strange one, it left me cold. In truth, this book could have been written containing just 4 of the 5 annexes...