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    oi oi Steve - please dont forget that Hunter image if you can dig it out? Cheers
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    Steve

    I hope I have the right person; I was pointed in this direction by subscribers to the AIX forum as I am doing some research on flight engineer training at 4 SoTT at St Athan in 1943/1944 (FE KIA with 35 Squadron 4th February 1945)

    I understand that you have written a book on the subject, but I am not able to find a copy anywhere. Do you have any spares or do you know where I may be able to get hold of a copy?

    Regards

    PeteT
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    Steve,
    I have recently started to look on the internet for information about my father's squadrons during world war two and found your book on 223 Squadron due to be published later this year. My father flew as a rear gunner from September 1944 with his last flight in April 1945. Unfortunately he passed away a few years ago and never realy spoke of his experiences. I do however still have his logbook and if there is any information that may be in there that may be of interest to you please let me know.

    Kind Regards

    Ian Wolff
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