Fighting throughout the war Neville Duke won a reputation as a fearless fighter pilot. After the war, Neville Duke became famous as a test pilot with Hawkers doing much of the work on the famous Hawker Hunter.
In 1953 he took the world airspeed record, flying a Hunter along the south coast of England. On leaving Hawkers, he became a freelance test pilot working on the optical, Fieldmaster and Firemaster aeroplanes. B&W, 189 pages, softback.
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