Steven B Potter

Steven joined the Royal Air Force in 1980 as a trainee pilot.  He was awarded Royal Air Force Pilot’s Wings in 1982 and left the RAF in 1996 to continue flying with a UK airline.

He started writing Seven Short Lives; Pro Libertate in 2005 prompted by his father Brian, who was the cousin of 21-year-old Wireless Operator, Des Potter.

What followed was a ten year project of research and discovery, cataloguing the experiences and bravery of the crew of seven young men from 106 Squadron.

Steven lives in Marlow, UK with his wife Alyson and family.