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Someone in my family bought me an early Christmas present. It is the story of the airfield where I learnt to fly and where I first instructed.

 There’s a ‘poem’  on page 77 telling the tale of a young pilot and  a new aeroplane. Unfortunately the plane was called a   Condor and so, Keith and the Condor was inevitably the title.

Whilst I had many uncomfortable flights in the awful thing I have to deny ever tipping it up on its nose!

Interestingly though the verse was written by my then, boss. He was a very experienced pilot who had experienced 22 engine failures and two mid air collisions. He was one of the first RFC pilots to see action in the First War.

Captain Keith

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