This book tells the full story of flight from sea, discussing the dangers that naturally come with this seemingly unnatural mode of airbase, including the unfortunate losses of over 900 men during this period. It covers the development of new technology of the period and how changes in other areas such as the cold war and rise of nuclear power, meant that much of the abilities had to be changed and developed.The View From the Cockpit 1945-2000 Charles Manning ... five weeks at sea as part of Exercise ORIENT 92 and were asked to provide airlift helicopters for the Kenyan Wildlife Service. ... A ground reconnaissance team drove a 4-wheel-drive vehicle 200 miles on dirt roads through a#39;lion countrya#39; to ... The transit north was spectacular, sleepy suburbs soon giving way to the vast and dramatic African landscape, small settlements and wildlife stirring into activity as we roared overhead.
|Publisher||:||Pen and Sword - 2000-03-07|