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 Wiltshire with his wife Alyson.

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