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Buccaneers of 24 Sqn, Story of the Buccaneer S50 in SAAF service, Book Two - The first 10 years  9780639958200

Buccaneers of 24 Sqn, Story of the Buccaneer S50 in SAAF service, Book Two - The first 10 years (Individual 9780639958200)

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Category:Aviation Books
Author:Johan Conradie
No. Pages:230

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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory Africa, ISBN/Box 9780639958200, Publisher/Brand Individual, Author Johan Conradie, Format a4, No. Pages 230, Version sb, Language English

This is the concise story of the first ten years of service from 1966 to 1975 of the Buccaneer aircraft of 24 Squadron including all the tragic aircraft losses during this period, the Tip-to-Top race, sinking of the Wafra, Operation RSA-10 and the beginning of the Hanto bomb project.

This is the 2nd part of the story of the Buccaneer S Mk50 in service with 24 Squadron from 1965 to 1991. It forms part of a 4-series set of books spanning from the initial procurement requirements, until the closing of the Squadron and retiring of the SAAF Buccaneers. Each book covering a specific era and life of both the Squadron and the Buccaneer

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