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John Greenwood (1921-2014) joined the Royal Air Force in 1939. He served throughout the Second World War, seeing active service during both the Battle of France and the Battle of Britain. He was credited with five and a half victories over the course of these two battles. This is an impressive tally, by anyone's measure, yet he was one of the few aces never to receive a DFC. This autobiography, published for the first time by Pen and Sword Books, has been released with the full backing of the late author's family. It is hoped that its release will shine a light on an overlooked ace, affording him the recognition he deserves.