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Only Owls and Bloody Fools Fly at Night

by Tom Sawyer

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Group Captain Tom Sawyer began World War II with over 1,000 hours flying in his log book and his exciting autobiography records more than 5 years service with Bomber Command. Flying Whitleys with 10 Squadron and Halifaxes with 76 Squadron, Tom Sawyer became one of World War II's most experienced station commanders. His account is full of highly readable anecdotes about squadron life in Bomber Command and how, night after night, the crews struck at the enemy heartlands.… (more)
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Group Captain Tom Sawyer began World War II with over 1,000 hours flying in his log book and his exciting autobiography records more than 5 years service with Bomber Command. Flying Whitleys with 10 Squadron and Halifaxes with 76 Squadron, Tom Sawyer became one of World War II's most experienced station commanders. His account is full of highly readable anecdotes about squadron life in Bomber Command and how, night after night, the crews struck at the enemy heartlands.

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