Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Vulcan 607: The Epic Story of the Most Remarkable British Air Attack since WWII by Rowland White come to think of it there's only a slight hyperbole in that title. Covers the Stanley airfield attack although mostly talks about the frantic planning and training that went on. The aircraft were actually being phased out and they had to relearn a bunch of things including aerial refueling. Popular history that at least tries to demarcate between dialog he knows took place because of transcripts and dialog he's made up.