Wing Commander R. Stanford Tuck Flying Logbook Facsimile
- Wing Commander Stanford Tuck was one of the RAF's top-scoring aces until taken prisoner in 1942.
- This work offers an extract facsimile of his flying log book covering his flying career.
- Readers also have the opportunity to own a Battle of Britain pilot's log book, each with a numbered certificate.
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Wing Commander Robert Stanford Tuck was one of the RAF's top-scoring aces until he was shot down and taken prisoner in January 1942, thus curtailing his probability of being the top-scorer. This work offers an exact facsimile edition of his flying log book covering his entire RAF career from October 1935, when he learned to fly on Avro Tutor biplanes, to his work as a test pilot with English Electric on Canberra jets in 1954. The bulk of the interest in this work, however, lies in the 1940 period and readers are given the opportunity to own their very own Battle of Britain pilot's log book. Each comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity denoting its place in the limited edition of 2500 copies.