Shot Down and in the Drink
RAF and Commonwealth aircrews saved from the sea 1939 -1945
Shot Down and in the Drink is the first full history of RAF Air Sea Rescue during the Second World War. Air Commodore Graham Pitchfork describes the formation and development of Air Sea Rescue as it evolved to adapt to wartime events and includes firsthand accounts of rescues and survivals. Foreword by Flight Lieutenant John Cruickshank VC.
Hardback: 276 pages
Published: National Archives
Dimensions: 16.3 x 24 x 1cm
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