Knocked out of the sky by his own artillery – that was the fate of ace Typhoon pilot Ned Bradmore. Reduced to being a liaison officer with the Army, he guided the Typhoons he could no longer fly as they strove to deliver the decisive blow to the German defences holding up the advance to Berlin.
But Ned hated working for the Army who had shot him down. Especially when the general in charge felt he knew better than anybody in the R.A.F. about how to use planes in battle . . .
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