Rules are made to be broken, they say. And during the First World War, Sub-Lieutenant Mike Matheson was quite prepared to be caught breaking the rules if it meant his Felixstowe flying boat could get to grips with the enemy.
When war broke out again in 1939, he became a senior officer in the R.A.F. What would he do now if one of his crews flouted regulations . . . but also did their duty?
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