Kittyhawk in the sights

Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:55 Written by 
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Our hero was raised on a farm and had little training as a soldier seeing that he was an army cook. Thus, within the first few days of being on the battlefront, he noticed a German plane in hot pursuit of an Allied Kittyhawk and grabbed his gun.

Needless to say, his officers were not impressed by his shooting at an enemy plane independently and he was very nearly court martialled. Read BATTLEFRONT COOK IN EGYPT AND ITALY (available as e-book) to see what happened to his gun.

 

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Alet Gardner

Hi there! I am an South African expat, living in the lovely Kent countryside in the UK.
I love everything meaningful and beautiful - so I try my hand at photography, painting, embroidery, needlework, cooking and writing.

My inspiration for all of this: the people that I love,
and the love that God has for me.

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