Out of the Blue The Sometimes Scary and Often Funny World of Flying in the Royal Air Force as Told by Some of Those Who Were There [PDF] ☆ Ian Cowie – Book or DOC



10 thoughts on “Out of the Blue The Sometimes Scary and Often Funny World of Flying in the Royal Air Force as Told by Some of Those Who Were There

  1. says:

    Ripping yarnsGreat read aviation adventures Fun to read these anecdotes are a great read I have already downloaded the next

  2. says:

    Light hearted escapades from the Light BlueA much needed tonic during these incredibly difficult times This book comprises of a collection of amusing anecdotes and nostalgic short stories direct from the aircrew and Mess bars of the RAF of yore The selected stories are brilliantly told; thoroughly entertaining and relayed with a candour and enthusiasm befitting the very finest traditions of both derring do and justifiabl

  3. says:

    Interesting Aviation Nostalgia Interesting stories but nothing really thrilling Just like an old hangar talk bar session If you like planes and hearing tales of old then good Just there isn't as much humor in here as expected

  4. says:

    Ok butThe stories are interesting but the storytelling is a bit lacking I was struggling to get into them whereas other similar books have you hooked and wanting

  5. says:

    Fun readA fun read if you’re into aviation The review is still too short though so the rest of this is just waffle or I can’t post it

  6. says:

    Excellent collection of stories that you can pick up any time and bring a smile 😁

  7. says:

    really good read

  8. says:

    Highly recommendedCould be subtitled 101 ways to cheat death while flying and other funny stories

  9. says:

    NostalgicInteresting gripping at times this was a grand flight back the memory lanes of a bunch of ex military aviators A must read

  10. says:

    This is a very straightforward collection of RAF mishaps and incidents from WW2 onwards told by those involved They are a mix of the funny scary and unlucky I think you will get much from this if you have some connection with the RAF or at least with aviation in general as some of the tales get uite technical but as a book for dipping in and out of it's uite entertaining

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DOWNLOAD è eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¾ Ian Cowie

Out of the Blue The sometimes scary and often funny world of flying in the Royal Air Force as told by some of those who were thereForeword by Air Marshal Cliff Spink CB CBE FCMI FRAeS RAF R'tdThere's a saying in the Royal Air Force if you can't take a joke you shouldn't have joined It's a perfect example of the wry humour that permeates the mind set of Service personnel and it resonates throughout this book Whether the tale is set in the air or on the ground it offers a glimpse of what life was and probably still is really like in the RAFOv. Ripping yarnsGreat read aviation adventures Fun to read these anecdotes are a great read I have already downloaded the next book

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Out of the Blue The Sometimes Scary and Often Funny World of Flying in the Royal Air Force as Told by Some of Those Who Were There

Anyone can enjoy regardless of whether or not they have any knowledge of flying or military lifeMany of the events recounted here happened during the Cold War when the surreal world of potential nuclear conflict was the backdrop to day to day operations and nearly all the stories appear in print for the first time Indeed it is true to say that from an aviation perspective they are freuently remarkable for the fact that the protagonist got away with it rather than demonstrated great flying skillAmount going to charity £332543 at current ra. Highly recommendedCould be subtitled 101 ways to cheat death while flying and other funny stories

DOWNLOAD è eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ¾ Ian Cowie

Er a period of two years three ex military pilots who joined the RAF on the same day and have been life long friends collected the stories Sometimes terrifying occasionally outrageous and freuently funny they show that the business of flying military aircraft sporadically throws up challenges that even the most capable of aviators struggle to meet Without exception the stories are related with a refreshing candour that acknowledges the failures as well as the triumphs on each author's part Eually importantly they are presented in a way that. Excellent collection of stories that you can pick up any time and bring a smile