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British Bombers of the 1970s and the '80s (Paperback)

Aviation Royal Air Force 20th Century

By Chris Goss
Imprint: Key Publishing
Series: Historic Military Aircraft
Pages: 96
Illustrations: 180
ISBN: 9781913870935
Published: 30th August 2022

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The mainstays of the RAF’s bomber force in the 1970s and 1980s were the distinctive Avro Vulcan and the rugged Blackburn Buccaneer, and both aircraft were very well regarded by those who flew or worked on them. The Buccaneer, or ‘Brick’ as it was fondly known, came into service in 1962 and flew with just five RAF and six RN squadrons before being retired in 1994. The Vulcan, or ‘Tin Triangle’, came into service in 1956 and was retired after the Falklands War in 1982 having flown operationally with nine RAF squadrons. Illustrated with 180 photographs, this book, the second of a number of books of photographs covering British combat aircraft of the 1970s and 1980s, looks at the much-loved Buccaneer and Vulcan and the part they played in the latter stages of the Cold War.

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About Chris Goss

After a 32-year career in the RAF and three years working for a civilian company as its Head of Operations Chris Goss is now a full-time aviation author and military historian. He has an MA in War Studies from Kings College London and has been a regular, sought-after contributor to major aviation and historical journals in the UK, France and Germany since 1983. He also the author of over 40 critically acclaimed books covering aspects of the World War II air war over North-West Europe. He is a historical consultant for a number of major projects, such as the recovery of the Dornier 17 by the RAF Museum and Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and for TV programmes such as The History Channel and Channel 5's The Battle of Britain: 3 Days that Saved a Nation.

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