Electronic Airborne Goldfish


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Commodore Clements joined the RAF in 1937 at the age of 15 as an aircraft apprentice and was trained as an Wireless Operator-Mechanic. In 1940 with other apprentices, he was posted to join a small group of scientists and technicians at RAF St Athan who were just completing the development of the first operational airborne radar equipment.

In the summer of 1940 he flew on convoy patrols ina Sunderland flying boat as the Radar Operator.

121 pgs. Black and white illustrations.

Author: Air Commodore John Clements.


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