Air Command was written by Collishaw with the assistance of Canadian military historian Ronald Dodds, who knew Collishaw well prior to his death in the 1970s. It is a good autobiography that owes much of its quality to author/historian Ronald Dodds' skill and knowledge. Dodds was also the author of another WWI book, The Brave Young Wings, a review of Canada's many flying aces of World War One. He was also one of the unheralded authors of the RCAF official history, Canadian Airmen and The First World War (University of Toronto Press). Dodds died in the 1990s, and his two books are now out of print, but are useful, indeed essential references for anyone researching British Empire and Canadian flyers of WWI.