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  1. Air Power in the Falklands Conflict: An Operational Insight by John Shields
    £25.00

    Using recently released primary source material, John Shields, a RAF officer who served in the Falklands as an air defence navigator, has taken an impartial look at the Falklands air campaign. He provides detailed analysis of the operational level of the air war, and offers lessons learned from 1982 that do have important and continued relevance today.



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  2. Harrier: How to Be A Fighter Pilot By Commander P Tremelling
    £20.00

    Paul Tremelling spent nearly twenty years with the Royal Navy's Sea Harriers, charged with standing in the way of Her Majesty's enemies.

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  3. Typhoon By Mike Sutton
    £20.00

    The Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4 is the most advanced multi-role combat aircraft in the world.

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  4. The Flying Sikh Hardit Singh Malik WWI Fighter Pilot By Stephen Barker
    £25.00

    The Flying Sikh tells the unique story of the only Sikh airman to fly with the RFC and the RAF during the First World War.

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  5. Rise And Defend
    £29.95

    Taken over by the United States Air Force in 1950 as a direct result of the developing chill of the Cold War, the ex-RAF station at Manston in Kent served as a forward air base from which American aircraft could be rapidly deployed to meet the threat of incoming Soviet bombers, with an intercept area well away from the UK mainland. 

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  6. Air Combat: Dogfights of World War II
    £25.00

    This book brings together the best and most iconic fighters of World War II, pitted against one another in desperate aerial combat.

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  7. D-Day Bombers: The Veterans' Story by Steve Darlow
    £25.00

    D-Day Bombers: The Veterans' Story is largely an eyewitness account of the vital heavy bomber contribution to the success of the D-Day landings and therefore to the winning of the war in Europe. It is told using considerable first-hand experience from the veterans of the campaign, something not really covered in any other books on the subject, together with background information from primary source documents on the tactics and strategy employed before, during and after the invasion.

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  8. Haynes D-Day Operations Manual
    £25.00

    The landing of Allied forces on the shores of Normandy on 6 June 1944 was the greatest amphibious invasion in history.

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  9. Spitfires Over Berlin by Dan Sharp
    £24.95

    As British and American forces closed in from the west, the Russians pushed in hard from the east, and the RAF and USAAF bombed Germany every night and day, the beleaguered Luftwaffe went all-out in a last effort to defend the Fatherland during the last months of the Second World War.

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  10. Tornado in the Eye of the Storm by John Nichols
    £20.00

    Former Tornado Navigator John Nichol tells the incredible story of the RAF Tornado force during the First Gulf War in 1991; the excitement and the danger, the fear and the losses. It is an extraordinary account of courage and fortitude.

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  11. Typhoon To Typhoon by Chris Gibson
    £29.95

    This book examines the RAF's ground attack capabilities, the threats it faced, and the weapons, technologies and aircraft developed to counter those threats from the end of World War II to the present day, moving from the era of the Hawker Typhoon to that of the Eurofighter Typhoon.

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  12. Haynes Falklands War Manual
    £22.99

    The Haynes Falklands War Operations Manual looks at the planning and logistics that made the whole operation possible.

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