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Beaufighter Ace (ePub)

Aviation Aviation in WWII

By Richard Pike
Imprint: Pen & Sword Aviation
File Size: 8.0 MB (.epub)
Pages: 224
ISBN: 9781473812307
eBook Released: 1st August 2007

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Tom Pike joined the Royal Air Force on 17 January 1924 as a Flight Cadet at Cranwell. During a long and varied career in peace and war he held a wide variety of RAF appointments around the world and when he eventually retired he had held the ultimate post in the RAF, that of Chief of Air Staff and also that of Deputy Supreme Commander Allied Powers Europe. This book, written by his son, is an account of his leadership of No. 219 Night Fighter Squadron based at Tangmere in 1941.

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About Richard Pike

Richard Pike served with the RAF as a fighter pilot and then flew helicopters as a civilian. Now retired from flying professionally he has previously written Beaufighter Ace, the biography of his father's (Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Thomas Pike) World War II flying career.

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