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SURVIVAL OF A BOMBER COMMAND PILOT
In 1940, Bill McFadden volunteered to join the Royal Australian Air Force, and sailed to Canada under the auspices of the Empire Air Training Scheme.
There he was awarded his pilot’s wings, and flew on many operations in Bomber Command, in Europe, Malta and the Middle East.
Of the 36 young men who left Australia with him, only 13 lived to return home.
Survival of a Bomber Command Pilot tells how Bill survived the dangerous times of World War II – only just.
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