ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF MODERN ROYAL AIR FORCE SQUADRONS.

Ashworth, Chris.


£25.00




PSL, 1st ed., 1989. 232 pp., cold., photo-plates + numerous b&w photo-ills., + ills. D.j., 24 x 20cm. Spine of d.j., very slightly faded o/w FINE. This companion to PSL's Encyclopaedia of the Modern Royal Air Force concentrates solely on the 67 front-line RAF Squadrons in service at the time of publication in Britain and around the world. A history of each Squadron is given here, concentrating especially on its role and the aircraft flown during its active years. Emphasis is also given to those aspects of each Squadron which make it unique. Other details include the Squadron badge and motto, Standard and Battle Honours, affiliations and nicknames, and a description of aircraft insignia and markings from the formation of the Squadron to 1989. Illustrated with coloured and black and white photographs.


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