"In view of the enormous extent of the expansion of our Air Services, it is not surprising to find that the men of both the R.F.C. and the R.N.A.S. should be publishing their own weekly sheet. To the men stationed at Jersey Brow, South Farnborough, belongs the credit of being first with their cheerful little paper called " The Jersey Brow Gazette." It is all the more regrettable that those responsible for its publication should have seen themselves forced to cease publication owing to lack of time in which to produce the "Gazette," as it was distinctly humorous and showed that the R.F.C. men among them had a considerable fund of journalistic talent as well as ability to wield the artist's brush" - from the 10 December 1915 issue of the magazine "Flight" (vol. 7, no. 50 (no. 363)
According to a reference in the 31 August 1916 issue of "Flight", "The Jersey Brow Gazette" had been produced by Lieutenant Phil Rader
Issue of eight pages in duplicated format with contents in the form of cartoons only; some pages of copy are so faded as to be illegible but other pages are in better condition.