Sea Harrier Book Review
Timed to coincide with the disbandment of the 'Shar'
squadrons, "Sea Harrier - the Last all-British Fighter" by
Jamie Hunter has just been published by Midland at
This impressive all-colour book tells with commendable
accuracy the story of the Sea Harrier, with particular
emphasis on its operational life. It is very well illustrated
with pin-sharp photographs from many sources, including the
author himself, a skilled air-to-air photographer.
Amongst the useful appendices is a listing of all the
aircraft with a potted history of each, and a list of all 68
Royal Navy Sea Harrier Training Courses and the pilots on
Orders have been placed for smart red and blue ties with the
Association logo in gold. Availability and prices will be
announced as soon as possible!
Following the successes of the last two years Percy Collino
has arranged another lunch for this year at the Hawker Centre
and negotiated the low £15 price.
Book and pay for your tickets at the next meeting or 'phone
Percy on 020 8337 8143 then send him a cheque payable to The
Seating is limited so again it will have to be a 'no