An anthology of reminiscences by those who were lucky enough to fly in the Army shortly after the post-war Army Air Corps was born in 1957. Stories include operations in Aden, Borneo, East Africa,... More > Malaysia, Northern Ireland, Germany and GB< Less
Ten humorous poems which form a series of fables based on animals and plants.
Botanic Verses holds a mirror to human aspiration, warning of the perils of pride, lack of self-control, secretiveness... More > and unsuitable training. The book even explains why the Haggis finds life so miserable.
Aimed at anyone with a sense of humour and a delight in verse.< Less
'Telling Tales' contains some shining examples of how animal and plant life can point the human race in the right direction. This collection deals fearlessly with leadership, arrogance, ambition,... More > carelessness and much more. This book may not change your life but things will never be the same again!< Less
In the early days of Army flying, The Army Air Corps had to 'make it up as they went along'. The personal stories in this book explain how things could go wrong as well as right, as Army Aviation... More > developed in the 1960s and 1970s, paving the way for the mighty Apache Attack Helicopter of today.< Less