As I've said before any 'Dits' or photographs will be gratefully received.
World famous author aided by world famous hound (not sure about the bloke in the background).
|888 Squadron. Lieutenant D M Jeram third left|
|888 in the air|
|The Gruman Martlet (Wildcat) painted in US Navy markings but operating from Formidable for operation Torch - the first joint US/UK operation of the war - the North African landings.|
|The first verse of the first song from the Fleet Air Arm song book:|
They say in the Air Force a landings OK,
If the pilot gets out and can still walk away,
But in the Fleet Air Arm the prospects are grim,
If the landing's piss poor and the bastard can't swim.