The story of British naval hero Jerry Grayson, the most decorated search and rescue pilot in history.
Interesting to read a different viewpoint of that tragic Fastnet Race. Grayson's recollection is moving: it reads like a roll-call of terror. * Sailing Today * Grayson's intimate reminiscence unlocks the secrets to a rich life. * Aviation History * His stories are riveting, astounding and sometimes hilarious... Readers can take vicarious pride in those with the skill and passion to risk their lives for strangers in trouble. * The Ensign * Through the frequently funny accounts of each rescue, Jerry gives an understanding of how it's often the teamwork and mateship that results in another life saved while pitting a large helicopter against the power of the seas. * Polo Times * Fascinating * Yachting Monthly *