Harrier: How To Be a Fighter Pilot

Harrier: How To Be a Fighter Pilot

 
Publisher: Penguin
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Number of Volumes: B-format paperback
 
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ISBN13:9781405951937
ISBN10:1405951931
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages: pages
Size:198x129x23 mm
Weight:279 g
Language:English
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Discover the exhilarating first-hand account of one man's white-knuckle life as a fighter pilot with the Royal Navy Sea Harriers

'A wild ride . . . the literary equivalent of injecting pure adrenaline into your brain via your eyeball ' Aviation Historian

'Searingly honest, keenly observed, well written and extremely funny' RAF NEWS

'Puts you in the cockpit for carrier landings, missile firings and some of the most intense close air support stories imaginable' MIKE SUTTON
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Few have what it takes to be a fighter pilot. From the cockpit to the crew room, the pressure is relentless. One mistake is the difference between life and death. But in the air, you'll never feel more alive . . .

Paul Tremelling knows this better than anyone. With nearly 20 years of experience, he puts you in the pilot's seat in this thrilling first-hand account of a life in combat.

From saving the lives of heroes under fire in Afghanistan, to performing a night trap on a pitching aircraft carrier deck, this is life as you've never experienced it before.

Strap in, it's time for take-off . . .
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'An outstanding first-hand account from inside the cockpit, told with flair and humour' JOHNNY MERCER MP, author of We Were Warriors

'The storytelling wouldn't be out of place in a thriller. If you are going to take one book on holiday it has to be Harrier . . . it's a superb read. You won't be able to put it down' Aerospace

'Mad, bad and dangerous to know . . . Tremelling lights the burners in an extraordinary memoir that leaves most military memoirs sitting behind in the hangar' JAMES BRABAZON, author of My Friend the Mercenary

'This isn't a book for the faint-hearted. It is a book for anyone who appreciates insight into how a fighter pilot trains, trains more, thinks (fast), handles the aircraft and onboard tech . . . then fights' FLYER

'Tremmers puts you in the cockpit for carrier landings, missile firings and some of the most intense close air support sorties imaginable. Insightful, laced with humour, and highly recommended' MIKE SUTTON, author of Typhoon

'An inspiring, enlightening and thrilling insight into how modern aviators earn their pay. The stories from Afghanistan alone are justification enough to read this brilliant book. A masterpiece' PAUL BEAVER, author of Spitfire People

'A memoir that reads like a fast-paced thriller. Harrier launches straight onto the classics shelf of aviation literature' JOHN TEMPLETON SMITH, author of White Lie