Kristen Alexander, author of 'Clive Caldwell Air Ace' and 'Jack Davenport Beaufighter Leader', tells the inspiring stories of six of 'The Few'. These remarkable and courageous pilots fought the Luftwaffe in the world's greatest aerial battle-the Battle of Britain: Jack Kennedy-Spitfire and Hurricane pilot, the first Australian to die in the Battle. Stuart Walch-Hurricane pilot, known as the father of his squadron. Dick Glyde DFC-Hurricane pilot who flew in the Battle of France and died on Eagle Day. John Crossman-Hurricane pilot, all he wanted to do was fly. Desmond Sheen DFC-Spitfire pilot and first Australian to engage the enemy in combat. Baled out twice, and survived. James Coward-Spitfire pilot of 19 Squadron and 'adopted' Australian who lost a leg in the Battle.