In these exciting memoirs, « Tich » Rochford writes about his two action filled years as a World War I fighter pilot with the famous N°3 (Naval) Squadron when he flew planes such as the Sopwith Pup and the Sopwith Camel.
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|Leonard Henry Rochford
While flying many hundreds of hours in operations Rochford was credited with many single handed victories over enemy aircraft either shot down or driven out of control, and he vividly recalls these engagements in the air and the exploits of the pilots with whom he flew, names that include other fighter, aces like Raymond Collishaw, who has written a foreword to this book, T.F. Hazell, R.H. Mulock and L.S. Breadner. Squadron Leader Leonard Henry Rochford (1896-1966) was a British World War I flying ace credited with 29 aerial victories. He returned to military service in the Royal Air Force during World War II.