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Sometimes the stress of operational flying became too much ....
In late November 1943, Flight Engineer Christopher "Kit" Moran, DFM, refuses to fly to Berlin on what should have been the seventh "op" of his second tour of duty. His superiors declare him "lacking in moral fibre," and he is sent to a mysterious DYDN centre. Here, psychiatrist Wing Commander Dr Grace must determine if he has had a mental breakdown requiring pschiatric treatment -- or if he deserves humiliation and disciplinary action for cowardice.
Copyright Helena P. Schrader