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Aircraft History Volume 2: RAF Fighters 1950-60 UK-Based Units Part One: Spifire, Hornet, Mosquito and Meteor (Coastal Craft 9780993093456)

Aircraft History Volume 2: RAF Fighters 1950-60 UK-Based Units Part One: Spifire, Hornet, Mosquito and Meteor  9780993093456
Aircraft History Volume 2: RAF Fighters 1950-60 UK-Based Units Part One: Spifire, Hornet, Mosquito and Meteor (Coastal Craft 9780993093456)
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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:UK
ISBN/Box:9780993093456
Series:Aircraft History Volume 2
Publisher/Brand:Coastal Craft
Author:Mark Smith
Format:a4l
No. Pages:50
Version:Soft cover
Availability:Temporarily Out of Stock.

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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory UK, ISBN/Box 9780993093456, Series Aircraft History Volume 2, Publisher/Brand Coastal Craft, Author Mark Smith, Format a4l, No. Pages 50, Version Soft cover

In the three decades between 1946 and 1976, the Central Flying School which was based at Little Rissington, produced over 6000 fledgling Qualified Flying Instructors and continually endeavoured to monitor and improve the wider Royal Air Force's standards of flying, based on its sound, proven instructional methods and a wealth of tradition extending back to Upavon in 1912. With the cessation of hostilities in 1945, the station's role took on a new dimension with the arrival of the Central Flying School (CFS) from RAF Upavon in the following year. The main function of CFS was to fulfil RAF requirements and assist some Commonwealth air force requirements for flying instructors. RAF Little Rissington became CFS's important focal base for the next thirty years. The book covers the 1946 to 1976 period and has been drawn from from the records at the National Archives, the RAF Museum, the Central Flying School Archive, and from published sources. Anecdotes and recollect



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