History of War readers have the chance to win a copy of RAF 100: Technical Innovations Manual, and all you need to do to be in with a chance is complete our very brief Readers’ Survey. With its characteristic technical graphics, the manual contains layouts of the RAF’s many ground vehicles, as well as some of the key design features that re-shaped aviation, such as the jet engine and the IFF (Indicate Friend Foe) system. Each decade of the last century of innovations and advances is brilliantly displayed with over 300 illustrations, underlining how the RAF has maintained its position at the forefront of military aviation.
By entering, not only will you help us to make History of War even better, but you could receive a copy of this fantastic title from the iconic publisher Haynes – the perfect way to commemorate 100 years of the Royal Air Force. We have five copies of RAF 100: Technical Innovations Manual to give away, each worth £25. For your chance to win, simply complete the short Readers’ Survey (link below), and your name will be added to the prize draw. For more information on Haynes manuals visit: www.haynes.com.