STRAIGHT AND LEVEL

By: Cross, Air Chief Marshal

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STRAIGHT AND LEVEL by Cross, Air Chief Marshal Sir Kenneth " Bing ", KCB, CBE, DSO, DFC, RAF, with Vincent Orange
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Grubb Street, London, 1993 1st edition. Kenneth `Bing' Cross joined th RAF 1930, from 1931 to 1934 he was with 25 Squadron; Flying; 1935 Flying Instructor; 1935 service with the Cambridge University Air Squadron; 1939 Commander of 46 Squadron; 12 Group Operations Room under Air Vice-Marshal Leigh-Mallory to oversee the Battle of Britain; 1940 was given command of 252 Fighter Wing; 1941 the Western Desert (Where he was sacked!); 1942 became Commander of 219 Group; 1944 as Air Officer Commanding Cyrenaica; 242 Group in Tunisia; 1944 Air Officer Training at HQ, AEF; Director of Overseas Operations, Director of Tactical Operations and Director of Fighter Operations at the Air Ministry. Original dust jacket over red cloth covered end boards. 306pp. 240 x 155mm

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