About the Author:
David Ogilvy served in the Royal Air Force for six years, flying a range of aircraft, including the Tiger Moth, Mosquito and Meteor. After leaving the RAF, he spent fourteen years in pilot training and became Chief Instructor of the Air Schools group, with responsibility for three establishments. In 1951, David Ogilvy became general manager of the Shuttleworth Collection and in 1967 he was a founding member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots' Association (AOPA). He is also vice-president of the Historic Aircraft Association and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society.