Every pilot experiences a moment of terror when he suddenly has to fly blind – when he can’t see where or how he’s flying, but has to rely entirely on his instruments.
But for Pilot Officer Joe Nolan flying blind meant something a lot different. He literally couldn’t see a thing – not even his instruments. And to make it worse he was flying a twin-engined Dakota, a far cry from the single-engined Spitfire he was used to!
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