www.haynes.co.uk �25 RRP. Hardback, 208 pages, colour images throughout

Regular readers of Pilot will be familiar with Keith Wilson’s photography, and Red Arrows in Camera is certain not to disappoint fans of his work. The book is a comprehensive behind-the-scenes guide to Britain’s most famous display team, and provides information on everything from its history to its unsung heroes — the engineers.

Those who have been lucky enough to the see the Red Arrows in action will find the chapter on formations and manoeuvres particularly interesting. The images that accompany this section alone are worth reading the book for. Red Arrows in Camera will give you a new-found respect for the aerobatics team, its aircraft and all those who work tirelessly to keep it flying. JR