Hunters over Arabia – Ray Deacon

Review by Takis Diakoumis. Hawker’s Hunter is without doubt the iconic British jet fighter of the second half of the twentieth century. Its simple design and easy maintenance saw it soldier on for decades, from its introduction in the mid-1950s to well into the 90s, with most operators, with Lebanon only retiring the type in... Continue Reading →

Triumphant Warrior – Peter D. Shay

Review by Sven Atkin. This book tells the story of a US Navy helicopter pilot, Alan ‘Wes’ Weseleskey, one of the naval officers who helped shape Helicopter Attack (Light) 3, The Seawolves, during the Vietnam War and, more specifically, his actions running up to and during the Tet Offensive. Firstly, a lot of research has... Continue Reading →

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