Some Flights and Frights of a Private Pilot
By Maurice Brett
270 Pages, Illustrated
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The contents of this book mostly originated as a series of articles written mainly for the Vintage Aircraft Group magazine in the 1970s and early 1980s. The author recollects his experiences in the RAF, as a model maker, as a draughtsman at airports, as a technical author with British Aerospace (and other aircraft corporations) and his 850 hours of airtime in flying clubs. Illustrated.
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