Though not the "top scoring Allied fighter pilot of WWII" as touted on the book's cover (that would ..
Wing Leader examines another Royal Air Force pilot, the one and only 'Johnnie' Johnson. The top-scor..
For me at least, an important and particularly enjoyable aspect of every aircraft mod..
The thrilling story of the topscoring
Allied fighter pilot of the
2nd World War ‘Johnnie’
Johnson, who served with Fighter
Command squadrons throughout
the war, scoring his 38th and final
victory in September 1944. From
the moment the author joins his
first operational Spitfire squadron
in August 1940, the reader is
taken on an epic journey through
the great aerial fighter actions of
the war including the Battle of
Britain, sweeps across the
Channel and over France, Dieppe
and Normandy; and finally,
operations across the Rhine and
into Germany itself.
Available March 2015
Dimentions: B Format
Photos/Illus: 16 page b&w photograph section