Dambuster-in-chief, the life of Air Chief Marshal Sir Ralph Cochrane GBE, KCB, AFC
Class no: B COCHRANE,RALPH
Publisher: Pen & Sword Aviation
Ralph Cochrane was born in 1895 into a distinguished naval family. After joining the Royal Navy, he volunteered in 1915 to serve with the RNAS in airships and was an early winner of the Air Force Cross. In 1918 he transferred to the fledgling RAF and learnt to fly, serving in Iraq as a flight commander under 'Bomber' Harris.
Reviews Be the first to review this title