From dodging attacks by Stuka dive-bombers, digging up unexploded bombs, dragging bodies from burning aircraft, running the gauntlet of the Portsmouth Blitz; Don Sutherland's true story of service in the wartime RAF brings to life the terror and tedium of the life of groundcrew in those desperate days. Don joined the RAF in November 1938 and served through until February 1945. The book covers his time in training, his time at Gosport during the battle of Britain, including a stint digging up unexploded bombs on the Isle of Wight. It tells of his time at the Coastal Command base at Chivenor and of an horrific accident. Also it tells of his wartime romance and marriage.