Back Cover SummaryEdit
Fliegerabwehrkanone - a German mouthful that was shortened to 'Flak', a word dreaded by every Allied pilot. It stood for anti-aircraft guns, those multi-barrelled cannon and deadly 88-millimetre guns that could blast attackers out of the sky. Every important target in Nazi Europe bristled with them. Mosquito pilot Terry Franklin had met his fair share of flak and it terrified him. Yet here he was in a new squadron whose job was to attack only the most difficult targets!
- Story by R. A. Montague
- Art by Gordon Livingstone
- Cover by Ian Kennedy
First published in February 1977 as issue 1102. Republished December 1990 as issue 2428. Latest edition published as no 4790 in February 2015.
- Part of "The Silver Collection" series.
Also published in the Heroes Fly High! collection.