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Zero attention is given to the actual purpose of the training.When the aircraft is live-armed and the mission is real, instilled and highly practiced routines hold sway. Emotional thinking is firmly discouraged as it leads to stress beyond optimum levels. Also, in March 1944 flew P-47s with 61FS/56FG - USAAF, after the war commanded 306 Squadron. The canopy would open and he was forced to fly his kite back to England and emergency land. Worth noticing is that while flying Mustang III, he never had a single malfunction in this a/c. Flew with the 2 Air Regiment of the Polish Air Force in September 1939. Later he joined the Polish Fighting Team (Skalski's Circus) in Africa. Took part in the Battle of Britain flying with 229 Squadron. In June 1942 took over command of one of the flights in 306 Squadron. Flew in French campaign with the flight defending Rennes. In 1948 he emigrated to Australia, becoming a jewelry dealer. His a/c got severely damaged and he tried to bale out. Flew during the Polish Campaign piloting PZL-24 "Karas" bombers. The other two women also lost money, it is claimed.

I walked macho, I sat macho, I worked out hard and I like a bit of banter.‘But when I came back as a woman there was complete acceptance and empathy.It attracts and rewards those with a natural degree of loyalty, team spirit and ability to operate effectively under pressure.I played hard and worked hard alongside like-minded people. No-one I knew, joined the military to kill someone. The fast-paced adverts promised adventure, excitement, an outdoor life, new experiences, world travel and a respected career. The military doesn't carry a mental and emotional health warning: it should. In early 1942 he was posted to 164 squadron, on the extreme north of the British Isles, for disciplinary reasons. In Polish campaign, September 1939, CO of 162 Eskadra, Lwow (PZL-7). Shot down over the channel in a dog fight (Spitfire Vb / BL323), on December 8th, 1941. After the war he settled in England and died in South Ascot . Most vividly he remembered a training dog fight during which, his good friend F/Sgt Richter (HB882) was killed. Killed (Spitfire Mk II, P8506) during "Sweep" over France shot down over the channel on August 9th, 1941. Through Rumania and Malta he reached France where he enlisted in the PAF under French command. Later an instructor in various flying schools and OTUs. Killed in flying accident (Spitfire Vc, UM-U, ES112) while serving on 152 Squadron in Italy. Killed on August 15th, 1942, in a low flying accident (Spitfire BL751) near Woodvale. Buried in Formby, Lancaster, tomb 1-17a, next to Sgt Nawrocki. On 31 December 1942 he was leading this unit in a fighter sweep over France when he was shot down by FW190.

I walked macho, I sat macho, I worked out hard and I like a bit of banter.‘But when I came back as a woman there was complete acceptance and empathy.

It attracts and rewards those with a natural degree of loyalty, team spirit and ability to operate effectively under pressure.

I played hard and worked hard alongside like-minded people. No-one I knew, joined the military to kill someone. The fast-paced adverts promised adventure, excitement, an outdoor life, new experiences, world travel and a respected career. The military doesn't carry a mental and emotional health warning: it should.

In early 1942 he was posted to 164 squadron, on the extreme north of the British Isles, for disciplinary reasons. In Polish campaign, September 1939, CO of 162 Eskadra, Lwow (PZL-7). Shot down over the channel in a dog fight (Spitfire Vb / BL323), on December 8th, 1941.

After the war he settled in England and died in South Ascot . Most vividly he remembered a training dog fight during which, his good friend F/Sgt Richter (HB882) was killed. Killed (Spitfire Mk II, P8506) during "Sweep" over France shot down over the channel on August 9th, 1941. Through Rumania and Malta he reached France where he enlisted in the PAF under French command. Later an instructor in various flying schools and OTUs. Killed in flying accident (Spitfire Vc, UM-U, ES112) while serving on 152 Squadron in Italy. Killed on August 15th, 1942, in a low flying accident (Spitfire BL751) near Woodvale. Buried in Formby, Lancaster, tomb 1-17a, next to Sgt Nawrocki. On 31 December 1942 he was leading this unit in a fighter sweep over France when he was shot down by FW190.

Flying on deck Richter suddenly inverted and crashed at full speed. He was shot down near the Norwegian coast while attacking a German flak ship, at which he made three passes. In July 1940 reached England and on 1 October 1940 posted to No. After being honorably discharged from the Polish Resettlement Corps in June 1948, settled in England. Buried at the British Military Cemetery in Catania, Sicily.