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  • Halton Boys (Signed Copy)

    Sean Feast

    This is the story of Halton told through and by the boys who were there and who are still proud to be called ‘Trenchard Brats’.

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  • Rate of Climb (signed copy)

    Air Commodore Rick Peacock-Edwards

    Foreword by Air Marshal Cliff Spink

    This is an action-packed account of a foremost flyer’s life with endless good stories, and a colourful cast of characters to match. Rick’s compelling recollections in Rate of Climb reveal a life of considerable achievement, in a very personal book capturing the ties of airmanship that the author has been privileged to share. A must for all lovers of derring-do in the air.

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  • Buccaneer Boys (Signed)

    Graham Pitchfork

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  • Meteor Boys

    Steve Bond

    By interviewing over forty veterans, author Steve Bond has written an incredibly detailed insight into this iconic aircraft, which is supported by anecdotes and accounts from those who knew it best.

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  • Tornado Boys

    Ian Hall

    All in all, through the eyes of the men and women who have operated this extraordinary aircraft, the volume presents an entertaining and illuminating series of tales and anecdotes.

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  • Harrier Boys Volume One

    Bob Marston

    In Harrier Boys, Volume One: Cold War Through the Falklands, 1969-1990, Bob Marston, who flew Harriers for many years, draws together accounts from others who worked with this unique jet through its history.

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  • Phantom Boys

    Richard Pike

    Throughout the twenty chapters of this book, thirteen contributors will take readers across the world with adventures in the Falkland Islands, the United States of America, the United Kingdom, the Far East and Germany.

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  • The Daily Telegraph Airmen’s Obituaries Book Three

    Compiled and edited by Air Commodore Graham Pitchfork

    Foreword by Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Johns GCB, KCVO, CBE, FRAeS

    As seen in previous editions, Book Three commemorates the lives of an exceptional group of individuals and reminds the reader of the talent and experience we have lost from the world of aviation.

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  • Halton Boys

    Sean Feast

    This is the story of Halton told through and by the boys who were there and who are still proud to be called ‘Trenchard Brats’.

    £25.00
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  • Groundcrew Boys

    Dave Gledhill

    The stories are collated and set in context by aviation author David Gledhill and are illustrated with photographs, many from the groundcrew themselves and previously unpublished. A must for all aficionados of the Boys series.

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  • Dowding’s Despatch

    Andy Saunders

    In September 1946, the London Gazette published a despatch from Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh C T Dowding that was titled simply: The Battle of Britain. In this work, Andy Saunders takes a critical look at Dowding’s despatch and analyses the facts and details contained in that important document.

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  • Hawkeye

    Brigadier General Giora Even-Epstein GIORA EVEN-EPSTEIN

    Affable and enthusiastic, Giora gained the nickname ‘Hawkeye’ because of his amazing vision of more than 20/15, enabling him to pick out enemy aircraft long before his squadron mates. His story is of one man’s unfaltering dedication to his dreams and his country. As the leading jet ace it is one well worth telling and, critically, it can be told in his own words.

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