I saw some film of him describing how in 1945 his Sqn flew ground attack against the German V2 sites in Holland. With typical modesty described how he engaged a flak site whilst his wingman had a pop at a V2 that had just past through the centre of his gunsite as it launched!
Alleged PPrune contributor and a great bloke to talk to.
I always remember when the BBC tried to change the commentator for IAT to Chris Serle who soon showed he was a knob around aviation, so they bought back the man who could understand Pilots to commentate on them. I loved watching the way even current FJ mates deferred to him, and he always asked the right questions, to fire up the pilots he interviewed about what they flew, and translate it into exciting 'must do that' for schoolboys of all ages. His deep joy around aviation , and his infectious enthusiasm was wonderful to see.
Though I still remember the Goodies 'string' episode
Always remember the story of the attack on the Shell-Mex building in a Spit at FL f**k-all , in which Baxter not only narrowly missed a Chuch spire on the run in , but also , on spotting a V2 in the process of launching decided to brass it up. As he put it "It could have been quite embarrassing for us if I had hit it"