Sea Harrier Over the Falklands: A Maverick at War

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Naval Institute Press, 1992 - Falkland Islands War, 1982 - 299 pages
This first hand account from the commander of Naval Air Squadron 801 tells the story of how twenty Sea Harriers took on and conquered more than 200 Argentine military aircraft.

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User Review  - scuzzy - LibraryThing

This book took a little longer to complete than normal, but not because it was a dull read, anything but, but I re-read some parts of it to get the right mental picture in my mind. I was just a young ... Read full review

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First review by a "girl" perhaps! - although the author told me he had (perhaps still has) a 95-year-old female fan. I am currently working with him on a project entirely unrelated to his flying ... Read full review

Contents

Alloy Express and 801 Naval
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night deck sortie
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The Senior Pilot at Brawdy Address
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Copyright

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Sharkey" Ward is the nickname for Nigel MacCartan-Ward, who was a Harrier pilot during the Falklands War.

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