FUEL, FIRE AND FEAR: RAF Flight Engineers at War
Provides the reader with an explanation of the origin of flight engineers, the training of these men, and the complexity of keeping large bombers in the air. This fascinating volume examines the true accounts of these flight engineers, based on their personal flying logbooks. 32 pages of photos.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 2785420
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