Drop Zone Borneo: The RAF Campaign 1963-65


      Drop Zone Borneo: The RAF Campaign 1963-65
In 1963 the Indonesian Army that threatened Borneo numbered 330,000 men, plus three thousand Commandos Of these, six thousand were within 20 miles of the Borneo frontier This grew to thirteen thousand in early 1965 From mid way through 1964, British troops and their allies who were defending the border started to make offensive incursions into Indonesian Borneo these operations were codenamed Claret.Taken into account the confrontational nature of the campaign, casualties sustained in Borneo were surprisingly light That in the whole of the Borneo campaign there were no fatalities among the RAF supply dropping transports was extraordinary The border area between the Indonesian and Malaysian parts of Borneo was one of the most inaccessible areas of mountainous jungle anywhere in the world an entire army was kept supplied in the field for the complete campaign This is the exciting account from a pilot who flew the dangerous flying missions and relates the tenseness and stresses of Jungle life in those dangerous days. Free Read [ Drop Zone Borneo: The RAF Campaign 1963-65 ] Author [ Roger Annett ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 150 pages
  • Drop Zone Borneo: The RAF Campaign 1963-65
  • Roger Annett
  • English
  • 22 June 2019
  • 1844153967

10 thoughts on “ Drop Zone Borneo: The RAF Campaign 1963-65

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    I picked up this book at the local library as I was interested in learning about a little known period in British military history.The first chapter was a slog The author s style isn t particularly readable, there seems to be a lot of unnecessary detail, and the use of present tense jarred me a little.Unfortunately, a previous reader had decided to fill the margins with his left over tobacco, meaning I was showered every time I turned a page After a few pages of this I gave up.Maybe I ll I picked up this book at the local library as I was interested in learning about a little known period in British military history.The first chapter was a slog The author s style isn t particularly readable, there seems t...

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