The revised (1996 P-R) edition correctly stated that R6922 started with 609Sqn.
What's the value of posting corrections to books that were subsequently revised and effectively replaced?
I agree Geoff
But if we dismiss all those who didn't have a gold spoon chucked into their mouths at birth and, my-oh-my, like me figured they couldn't afford to buy the second edition because, again like me, had "wasted" their money on the first edition, what do we do with all those idiots....?
So why not, again being an idiot, why doesn't AB offer the corrections made between 1st edition and 2nd edition to members for a reduced price - or (horrible thought) free of charge?
I belong to those who have bought basically every book AB has published on a historical level ever since I once joined, back in 1977 or so....well times fly.... but money has always been short funded and divided between family and other interests.
Perhaps we should applause all the clever boys who didn't buy the first edition but waited for the second (or why not third?) to be published? Ever thought if that happened, there would be no sales for AB in the first place?
Perhaps I, just like Andy, have to join every one who did like us, in the naughty corner? Silly idiots, buying the first edition (?), be clever man and wait for all the corrections to come out in the second one!!
Sorry Geoff I understand your somewhat hasty reply, but please do consider that not everyone has all the money in the world capable of buying every second edition on the market, not even AB ones.