PDF or Ebook [ On the edge: Personal flying experiences during the Second World War]
He often flew under hydro wires
AND JUST OVER FARMERS' FLIGHT just farmers' fences Flight Brown was not just a flyer he was a flying man's flyer Whether piloting his P51 Mustang. In photo or close ground support missions his calm at
the controls of an aeroplane arned him a reputation and distinction controls of an aeroplane arned him a reputation and distinction one of the best of his tim. Fighter pilots of World War Two had operational flight ceilings At Least 20000 Feet Flight Lieutenant Robert G at 20000 feet For Flight Lieutenant Robert G this was limited to 4000 feet though.