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Etimes referred as taxis that might be The Internet of Us: Knowing More and Understanding Less in the Age of Big Data fair as long as you assume a taxi would take you in zero visibility to theront lines under enemy ire and then not expect a tipThere are some very interesting and hair raising stories here and it is obvious that the Junglies did a antastic job and could have done an even better one with co ordinated air management Harry Benson is objective in what he tells us although you eel at times he is holding back a little on his personal views and if you are interested in the life of helicopters at war "then this along with the excellent apache by "this along with the excellent Apache by Macy is probably the book or you. Ntine high command in Port Stanley The constant mortar Talking to Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, fireaced while supporting troops and evacuating casualties The hair raising head on attacks by Argentine jets on British helicopters The extraordinarty courage shown during the evacuation of the bombed landing ship Sir Galahad' The secret nighttime low level missions to insert and resupply SAS and SBS using night vision gogglesIf you liked Apache Vulcan 607 and Chickenhawk you'll love Scram The word Scram was used to warn other junglies to go to ground or risk being shot down by their own side as Argentinean jets blasted through 'bomb alley'. Hree themes mis management luck and bravery The retaking of the Falklands was a plan very much made up as it went along and many of the ships the troops went in were due to be scrappedsolddecommissioned as has been pointed out if the Argentinians had delayed their invasion by a month then Britain would have been unable to respond as they didOnce at the Falklands there were many poor decisions made and the eventual victory came through luck and the sheer bravery and determination of the troops involved Helicopters are the workhorse of the military moving stores troops involved Helicopters are the workhorse of the military moving stores and ammunition and sadly recovering the wounded Som. Ery Talking to Dragons first timeHarry Benson has interviewedorty of his Three Times the Love former colleaguesor the book creating a tale of skill initiative resourcefulness humour luck and adventure This is a ast paced meticulously researched and compelling account written by someone who was there in the cockpit of a Wessex helicopterFew of these pilots "HAVE SPOKEN PUBLICLY ABOUT THE TWO HELICOPTER CRASHES AND "spoken publicly about The two helicopter crashes and rescue ollowing a ailed SAS mission high up on an in hospitable glacier in South Georgia The harrowing story of the Exocet strike that sunk the transport ship Atlantic Conveyor The Daring Missile Conveyor The daring missile on the Arge. An excellent account of a little "RELATED ASPECT OF THE FALKLANDS WAR "aspect of the Falklands war book tells the story of the part played by the unsung junglie helicopter pilots in every aspect of the South Atlantic campaign This is the unsung junglie helicopter pilots in every aspect of the South Atlantic campaign This is perspective of the Falklands conflict rom the perspective of the helicopter pilots involved It does offer another perspective and does add another piece to the jigsaw that makes up the Falklands War The author arrived towards the end but at a recent reunion decided to collect the memories of the helicopter pilots the Junglies and put them in one placeMost well written books on the Falklands contain the same In well written books on the Falklands contain the same In 1982 Harry Benson was a 21 year old Royal Navy commando helicopter pilot GREAT INVESTMENT, THE fresh out of training and one of the youngest helicopter pilots to serve in the Falklands War These pilots nicknamed 'junglies'lew most of the land based missions in the Falklands in their Sea King and Wessex helicopters Much of what happened in the war the politics task orce ships Sea Harriers landings Paras and Marines is well known and documented But almost nothing is known of the young commando helicopter pilots and aircrewmen who made it all happen on land and sea This is their 'Boys Own' story told or the Scram author Harry Benson