Tag Archives: Gordon C Livingstone

Zero Feet

Issue Number: 5332

“We’ve got two kinds of fighter pilots in this mob — the hunters and the hunted. The hunters fly fast, shoot first and come out on top. The hunted? Well… young Jimmy Daiken there is one of the hunted, because every time he goes up he expects the chop — and he won’t be disappointed…” […]

Enemy in Disguise

Issue Number: 5308

The Lancaster gunner gave a friendly wave to the approaching American Thunderbolt. It was great to have these powerful, heavily‑armed fighters on his side, he reckoned. Then his grin vanished as the Thunderbolt hurtled towards him in an attacking dive, its guns blazing. He wasn’t to know that the Thunderbolt belonged to a special force […]

Death’s Head

Issue Number: 5278

A gang of renegades led by a ruthless SS Death’s Head officer, Karl Schwarz, was terrorising an area of Bavaria as the war drew to a close. The task of tracking them down fell to Wehrmacht Oberleutnant Werner Lang and he had many reasons to succeed. The main one being that if he didn’t… he […]

Steel and Sand

Issue Number: 5260

The desert war was a hard, fast and furious series of lightning clashes between tough professional warriors striving for supremacy in the sandy wastes. But it was a clean, fair war, with each side treating its enemies decently and honourably… It should have been like that for Lieutenant Dick Shannon too — but then Dick […]

Bombs Away!

Issue Number: 5236

Ted Whitaker was a bomber pilot who never took unnecessary risks. He always got his crew home in one piece. Then he was sent to another squadron, and the first person he met was his new CO. Squadron Leader Simon Naylor was reckless to the point of madness and expected his pilots to be the […]