Lieutenant-Commander Jim Treggaron, pilot in the Fleet Air Arm, had the blood of the old Cornish pirates in his veins - or so his men said. Otherwise, he'd never have tried to organise his Swordfish squadron to operate from a little beach in Greece. They were supposed to fly from their aircraft carrier.
However, Jim found a bunch of tough Resistance helpers, a cave full of old R.A.F. fuel and ammo, and a beach long enough for take-off.
The Italian navy was in handy range so zooming into action went the
SAILORS WITH WINGS
Note: Originally published as Commando 239 (December 1966).