Ep 207: Harrier

Ep 207: Harrier

In this rare foray away from the Second World War Al Murray and James Holland are joined by aviation writer Roland White to discuss the role of the Harrier 809 in the Falklands War.

How challenging was it to fly the legendary Harrier Jump Jet and what did the Argentinian pilots make of the battle?

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