has the sub-title 'The Life and Times of a 1951 to 1991 RAF Pilot'.
I wrote in the blurb: I hesitate to call this an autobiography after my
daughter said, 'But, Dad, you're not famous enough!' Let it just be the
reminiscences of a long serving, 1951 to 1991, Royal Air Force pilot.
Through these, there is an insight into life in the peacetime Service.
There is a saying along the lines, 'Give me the boy until he is seven
and I'll give you the man.' Believing this to be true, I have described
my early years in some detail. What would be heavy going is relieved by
the fact that my father was somewhat eccentric and provided me with some
crazy memories! In fact, there is a light hearted approach throughout.
Service life is a breeding ground for natural humour and many amusing
incidents are related. For me, my journey through life has been interesting
and enjoyable. I am sure that you will find interest and enjoyment on
this guided trip, by my side, down my 'Memory Lane'.