Flying Training Volume I: Policy and Planning

This detailed description of flying training in the RAF covers the period from 1919 to 1944. It is a historical and chronological account of the subject and includes training before the war, the Empire Air Training Scheme, the crisis after May 1940, the development of training from November 1940 and the 'New Deal.' The writing is informative and of great value to all who want to know the real details of how fighter and bomber crew were trained, where and when. 

  • 9781847917072
  • Air Historical Branch
  • Air Ministry
  • 1952
  • 2008
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