Coningham’s travelling circus

In seeking to provide battlefield commanders with “a combination of shield and punch”, involving a “travelling circus” of versatile fighter-bombers, Air Marshal Sir Arthur Coningham must be counted among the greatest architects of tactical air power. In North Africa and Normandy, he helped pioneer a form of aerial warfare that made a key contribution to Allied victory, and continues to resonate today

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