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Royal Navy Search and Rescue

A Centenary Celebration

  • Author(s):
  • David Morris
  • Foreword by Captain Eric Brown RN former Chief Test Pilot of the Royal Navy

Publication Date15th June 2015

Book FormatPaperback

pages128

Illustrations90

Height168

Width246

A history of Royal Navy Search and Rescue from the First World War to the present day, illustrated with an amazing collection of period and contemporary photographs.
RRP: £17.99 Online Price £16.19
Availability: Out of stock
ISBN
9781445634630

Today, the sight of a helicopter speeding toward some destination is familiar enough, but take a moment to consider: is there a life at stake? Is someone in peril and on a knife edge of survival, and will the helicopter crew be selflessly placing themselves in the most dangerous of situations for the sake of saving others?


Ever since the First World War, aircraft of the Royal Naval Air Service and later the Fleet Air Arm have operated from land bases and ships at sea, flying search and rescue missions. In this book David Morris, Curator of Aircraft at the National Museum of the Royal Navy, tells the incredible story of Royal Navy search and rescue from the first mission by Sir Richard Bell-Davies VC to the present day.

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