The sometimes scary and often funny world of flying in the Royal Air Force as told by some of those who were there. Foreword by Air Marshal Cliff Spink.
There's a saying in the Royal Air Force: if you can't take a joke, you shouldn't have joined. It’s a perfect example of the wry humour that permeates the mind-set of RAF personnel, and it resonates throughout this book.
Whether the tale is set in the air or on the ground, it offers a glimpse of what life was, and probably still is, really like in the RAF.