The History of the Royal Air Force at Redhill Aerodrome from 1937 – 1954 by Peter Amos and Brian Buss - £17.50
Back in 2012, Brian Buss and Peter Amos collaborated in publishing a history of Redhill Aerodrome from 1934 to 1940 intended for private circulation only and was in digital format. Spurred on by their success in subsequently publishing a history of Southern Aircraft (Gatwick) Ltd which was made available via Air-Britain, they have now published the above 135-page A4 tome which will tell you everything about the RAF’s time at this airfield. Well-illustrated, it goes into significant detail of all the operations and units including not only its use as a flying training school but also its operations as a night fighter station and by some 30 different fighter squadrons, not forgetting its hosting of one of the Group Support Units prior to D-Day. Included are details of individual aircraft based at Redhill but also lists of visitors, particularly in the post-war era up until 15 RFS closed down in 1954. The book is however not simply a listing but a very good read as well too!