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Bob Howe

About The Author

Bob Howe has a long association with the Royal Australian Air Force and Defense.
Growing up in Canberra in the 1950s, Bob heard stories from his uncle Max who was a RAAF pilot during the Second World War. After several years as a cadet in the Air Training Corps, Bob joined the RAAF and trained as a navigator, going on to fly Lincoln, Neptune, Canberra and Phantom aircraft. During his operational tour in Vietnam, he flew over 260 missions as navigator/bomb-aimer on the Canberra aircraft, and held the position of Bombing Leader.
After leaving the RAAF, Bob worked in the Defense industry as well as being an executive on a number of Defense-related fora and associations.

Books by Bob Howe