By Christopher Shores
This quantity updates the knowledge within the first quantity and provides a few new names. details has been further at the pilots who won luck opposed to the V-1 flying bombs in the course of 1944-45. element can be supplied on these devices within which almost the entire fighter pilots served at it slow or one other - the fighter Operational education devices - and of professional devices similar to the significant Gunnery tuition, Fighter Leader's institution and Fighter Experimental devices. there's additionally insurance of the one different conflicts during which British pilots were capable of declare victories in view that 1945 - Korea and the Falklands clash.
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It remained in operation until December 1945, when it was disbanded. FAR EAST UNITS 1 Operational Training Unit, India/151 (Fighter) Operational Training Unit 1 OTU, India, formed at Risalpur in June 1942, equipped with Mohawks, Buffalos and Hurricanes. At the end of July it was renamed 151 (Fighter) OTU, coming under the control of 223 Group to train fighter and ground-attack pilots. Control moved to 1 (Indian) Group in August 1945, and in March 1946 a move was made to Ambala, where the following month it was absorbed into the Advanced Flying School (India).
OTHER UK-BASED UNITS A number of other units were formed throughout the war which were to be staffed by fighter instructors, or were to employ such pilots, often on an operational or semi-operational basis, for development work on aircraft and tactics. Details of the more important of these unit are set out below:- Air Fighting Development Unit Formed in July 1940 from the Air Fighting Establishment at Northolt, the unit moved from 11 Group to 12 Group control at Duxford in December 1940. In emergency the unit was to form a 550 Squadron.
I regret that work on two previous books, coupled with a disastrous “crash” of my previous computer at a critical moment, the pressures of my “day job” as a director of DTZ Debenham Thorpe, and — perhaps above all — the slowing-down caused by the onset of more advanced years, have conspired to push back completion of the manuscript until now. THE DOGS OF WAR Rushing through the arcane halls, Down the comdors of space, Came with sudden fearsome horror, Swift with flashing crooked crosses, Thrusting forward massive bosses, Came from out the sun the Hun, Came in packs the dreaded Hun.
Aces High, Volume 2. A Further Tribute to the Most Notable Fighter Pilots of the British and... by Christopher Shores