Devotion to a Calling: Far-East Flying and Survival With 62 Squadron RAF

By: Boxall, Captain Harley

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Devotion to a Calling: Far-East Flying and Survival With 62 Squadron RAF by Boxall, Captain Harley & Bamford, Joe
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Barnsley, South Yorkshire United Kingdom: Pen & Sword, 2010. 165 pages, index, bibliography, black & white illustrations. Harley Boxall was awarded his RAF wings on 3 October 1936 and was posted to 40 Squadron flying Hawker Hinds. On 1 April1937 he was posted to Bircham Newton in Norfolk to train with 206 Squadron which was a General Reconnaissance and Training unit equipped with the Avro Anson. He then joined 62 Squadron shortly after it was formed and received its first Blenheim in February 1938. During the summer of 1939 and because of increasing political tension in Europe, a decision was taken to reinforce the Far East Air Force with two squadrons of Blenheims.. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New.

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