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Jonny Langer served in the RAF for thirty-seven years and his love of flying is obvious from his writings. After the RAF, he became an Aviation Security Adviser who helped to develop the security measures for both airlines and airports which are still in use today. His legacy is that civil flying is safer today than it was when hijacks and other attacks were almost everyday occurrences. He has retired to the country where he enjoys, not the peace of the countryside, but the noise of the aircraft operating from nearby RAF Brize Norton.