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The Red Arrows Story

Author: Peter R. March
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The RAF’s Red Arrows are the most famous formation aerobatic display team in the world today. In this full-color tribute, Peter R. March examines the history of the Red Arrows from their formation in 1965 to the present day, explains how the team performs its close-formation aerobatic routines and discusses what it takes to become a Red Arrows display pilot.


The Red Arrows Story DVD and Book Pack

Author: Peter R. March
Publisher: History PressLtd
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Following the story of the Reds from the early days of the Yellowjacks to the full nineship displays of the modern team, The Red Arrows Story provides comprehensive specifications of both the Gnat and the Hawk. With fascinating did you know facts and important milestones, this fill colour book reveals the entire Red Arrows history. The DVD contains the vintage 25 year celebration documentary of the Arrows with a commentary by Raymond Baxter including contributions by Red Ones such Ray Hanna. This contains one of the most amazing pieces of low flying you will ever see!


50 Years of the Red Arrows

Author: Peter R. March
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Acclaimed as the RAF’s most famous formation aerobatic display team, the "Reds"—as they are affectionately known—have attracted a truly international following. This commemorative edition tells the story of the Red Arrows from their tentative beginnings as the Yellowjacks flying Folland Gnats in 1964, through the amalgamation of the RAF display teams to become the Red Arrows in 1964, through their first displays in 1965 to their conversion to the scarlet-painted BAe Hawks that they fly today.


White Flag

Author: Michael Ashcroft
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FOREWORD BY GENERAL SIR MIKE JACKSON After the pain of Iraq and Afghanistan, it is hard to imagine the UK being drawn into another war. Defence chiefs warn that there is a real prospect of future conflict, but they have struggled to persuade most politicians to take them seriously. Our leaders have concluded there are no votes in defence, and have progressively run down the armed forces. Today, the army is at its smallest since the Napoleonic Wars; the RAF is less than half its size twenty five years ago, and the Royal Navy will struggle to muster the ships and weapons required to protect our new aircraft carriers. Is there really a risk of war? Is our military less capable and, if so, what could that mean for our future? White Flag? explains what has happened to our armed forces in recent years and asks whether their decline endangers our safety and prosperity.


The Unbreakable Red Arrow

Author: Richard Schuit
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This is a story of six boys born in the early 1900s—one in particular, Rick Schuit, my dad. After losing his mother in childbirth, the story entails his early life through the 1930s. In 1941, after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, Rick was drafted into the army. There, he met and served with my “uncles” in the Thirty-second Red Arrow Division of the U.S. Army. This book narrates their lives, their escapades, and the battles they fought in New Guinea during World War II. It tells us of the conditions they endured, as well as the people whose paths they crossed, and how these affected their lives.


New England Notebook

Author: Ted Reinstein
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Looking to buy some medieval armour? In the mood for an orchestra of typewriters? Perhaps you’d like to sift through handcrafted cashmere scarves while chatting up Indiana Jones’ lovely co-star? Know where to find America’s oldest baseball diamond, New England’s smallest town, or Grover Cleveland’s impossibly-young (and spitting-image) grandson (think about it)? New England Notebook offers the answers to these questions and more in a blend of the region’s most singular and noteworthy nuggets of history, people, and culture. This is a collection of colorful facts, stories and anecdotes, plus a savvy selection of unusual eats, goods, services and events. Whether it’s finding a little-known museum of Titanic memorabilia, an underwater escape artist, or the smallest bar, both casual readers and dedicated lovers of all things New England will share a hearty—and humorous—sense of, “Who knew?” Written by a native New Englander and WCVB on-air reporter, New England Notebook goes beyond the merely curious, though it offers plenty of intriguing tidbits, unusual museums, fascinating characters, and many pieces of trivia and little-known facts.


Seeking the Light of Justice

Author: Barry Nadel
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Seeking the Light of Justice is the introduction into the moral and spiritual journey of the Hoshiyan Chronicles. The chronicles deal with the moral and spiritual challenges that have faced man since creation. The legends of the Light of Justice are spread across numerous cultures and time frames. Professor Yoshua Rosenberg's team of archaeologists is hot on the trail of the identity of the Light of Justice. Yoshua discovers a 500 year old book binding containing the cover page of the Hoshiyan Chronicles. After publication, Vatican internet surveillance tags the cover page a sedulous to the Church. In a well-hidden vault in the bowels of the Vatican, the Pope finds an ancient papal directive to destroy all copies of the Chronicles. The cover page leads the Israeli scientists to southern Spain, where they discover the sadism of the Spanish Inquisition. Opening a walled up room, they discover the bodies of 46 people left there to suffocate. Two men, a father and son are clutching eight books.


The Red Arrow

Author: Robert S. Hiatt
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This is a story from one of the Red Arrow men of F Company, 127th Infantry Regiment, from the famous U.S. Army Red Arrow 32nd Divisiona Division of many firstswhich fought their way though the jungles and helped rout the Japanese from the Philippine Islands during the World War II. Candid and compelling, it is told in the words of the nineteen-year-old soldier who lived it and had the blunt struggle of hardship and terror the heroic infantrymen endured.


Bird Woman Sacajawea the Guide of Lewis and Clark Her Own Story Now First Given to the World

Author: James Willard Schultz
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Bird Woman is historian James Schultz's biography of Sacajawea culled from the first-hand accounts of various elderly Native Americans who personally knew her. Schultz weaves together the key events in Sacajawea's story, from her traumatic childhood and adolescence, being captured and taken away from her home by a raiding party of Minnetaree, to her unhappy marriage to the interpreter Toussaint Charbonneau, through to her life assisting in Lewis and Clark's exploration of the Pacific Northwest.


Red Arrow Men

Author: John M. Carlisle
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