A pictorial tribute to the Buccaneer S Mk50, compiled by Johan Conradie and members of 24 Squadron SAAF. Foreword by Lt Gen Mike Muller. The first ever printed book exclusively for the S Mk50 Buccaneers in service with the SAAF.
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A pictorial tribute to the Buccaneer S Mk50, compiled by Johan Conradie and members of 24 Squadron SAAF. Foreword by Lt Gen Mike Muller.
The Buccaneer was the best aircraft in the SAAF inventory in terms of an African Bush War according to Brig-Gen Dick Lord.
The Buccaneer era started on 25th May 1965 when Cmdt Bob Rogers and Maj John Murphy touched down at RNAS Lossiemouth delivering 24 Squadron’s first Buccaneer tail number 413, and the Buccaneer era ended on 28th March 1991 when the last official flight took place.
This the tribute to all the men and women of 24 Squadron from 1965 to 1991 and their wondeful flying machines the Buccaneer S Mk50.
|Dimensions||31 × 23 × 3 cm|
A4, Soft Cover, 242 pages, Full Colour