Clyde Fenton practiced medicine in the Northern Territory for six years before the outbreak of the Second World War. His practice extended over thousands of square miles and this intrepid medico and self taught pilot, flew his own single engine Gipsy Moths without navigation equipment into areas without prepared landing grounds. A true folk hero, he became a territory legend in his own lifetime. First published in 1947, this limited facsimile Centenary Edition is again available and is a inspiration to pilots and enthusiasts alike.
By Clyde Fenton. Soft cover, 288 pages.