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Download Book ✓ Special Forces Pilot ↠ A Flying Memoir of the Falklands War ë ❰Read❯ ➪ Special Forces Pilot: A Flying Memoir of the Falklands War Author Richard Hutchings – Danpashley.co.uk As a Commando helicopter pilot the author served with 846 Naval Air SuaNtina and Chile Dick recalls his encounter with the Chilean authorities meetings with British Embassy officials in Santiago the international press conference his eventful repatriation to the UK debriefings in the MoD and time spent in an MI6 safe house somewhere in England The book concludes by describing a follow up visit to Chile by the author in November 1982 at the behest of the Chilean Governmen

Richard Hutchings ´ A Flying Memoir of the Falklands War Book

Covert and other operationally sensitive missions The book includes hitherto undisclosed material relating to Operation MIKADO the ill fated Special Forces mission in Argentina with its disastrous conseuences for the Task Force Dick was Captain of the Sea King that carried the Special Forces team into Argentina The operation is described in detail including events in the air and on the ground in Arge An enjoyable well written book with good detail As ex FAA I found it both interesting and a trip down memory lane Value for money and worth reading

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Special Forces Pilot A Flying Memoir of the Falklands WarAs a Commando helicopter pilot the author served with 846 Naval Air Suadron in the Falklands War and was decorated for gallantry DSC The author re lives his part in operations in particular Special Forces intelligence gathering and direct action missions including the Pebble Island raid Events are described in detail including the development of pioneering night operating procedures and the conduct of Written by a Royal Marine Pilot who spent his time the Falklands War flying a Sea King helicopter in one of the busiest jobs going Colonel Hutchings gives a gripping insight into some of the behind the scenes work inserting Special Forces at night in and around the Falkland Islands The book culminates with his account of the previously highly classified and mis reported operation to fly a Special Forces team into Argentina to try and remove the threat to the Task Force from Exocet missiles Hutchings was the Pilot in Charge and describes the build up to the operation through to his team's successful Escape and Evasion in Chile in a modest and matter of fact style which lets readers form their own opinion about the rights and wrongs of some of the decisions made