The thrilling account of the Typhoon FGR4s in the war against ISIS, from the RAF Wing Commander who led them into combat
'Adrenaline-fuelled. A rare insight into the high-pressure, high-stakes world of an RAF fighter squadron at war' JOHN NICHOL
'Dragon, we've got reports of a mortar firing team to the west of Mosul. We need you to redeploy now . . .'
Mike Sutton commanded the RAF's top Typhoon squadron across Iraq and Syria in the war against ISIS. Flying a Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4, the most advanced multi-role combat aircraft in the world, across treacherous skies, he was dodging ground fire, anti-aircraft artillery, and surface-to-air missiles.
Split-second decisions and actions made the difference between life and death in the air - and on the ground . . .
Typhoon tells the dramatic story of an air-combat squadron in action, putting you in the cockpit, hands gripping the controls, the sounds of battle crackling in your ears.
'A fabulous insight into the mind of an accomplished fighter pilot and leader as he takes on the biggest challenge of his career' FLYER
'Gripping, nerve-shredding, captivating, visceral, fascinating' DAILY MAIL