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Fighter pilots are the dashing, reckless heroes of the Second World War. These young men, eager to do their part, joined the Royal Air Force by the hundreds, until the Royal Canadian Air Force was able to form its own squadrons. Art Sager, aged twenty-four, joined the RCAF with a single purpose, to be a fighter pilot.
This is an autobiographical account of the author's life as a Canadian Spitfire pilot with 416, 421 and 443 Squadrons in World War II, and the result is an exciting read for young and old. It is a candid account of the personalities of the time, the joy of flying, the air battles, and the activities of a young fighter pilot in the RCAF, flying the most famous aircraft of the war the Spitfire I.
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