Jack continues his war flying Beaufighters then Mosquitoes, initially over the North Sea attacking German convoys then over Burma supporting the 14th Army on their offensive against the Japs. He is exposed to the cultural differences of the Subcontinent and is appreciative though at times embarrassed by his personal circumstances as an Officer.
A compelling account of a young man's flying experiences over the north Atlantic during WW2. Joining the RAF in October 1940 aged 21 Jack is sent to Canada to learn to fly. On becoming a Pilot/Navigator he joins Coastal Command on Liberators based in Iceland, renowned for its bad weather. The difficulties encountered hunting U-boats are relived.