These letters would be repeated to his three sons John, Andrew and escort girl riga Robert, who would play a major part in the Scottish naval effort into the 16th century.
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The failure to mount follow-up attacks allowed the RAF to get the stations back on the air, and the Luftwaffe neglected strikes on the supporting infrastructure, such as phone lines and power stations, which could have rendered the radars useless, even if the towers themselves.
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By the end of August, after disastrous losses, the aircraft was withdrawn from daylight service.