Autobiography of A Fighter Pilot, World War IIBook - 1992
Takes us through the joys, laughter and tears of a young cadet earning his silver wings; then takes us to France with vivid combat descriptions where the reader is thrust into the cockpit of a P-47 stalking bogies with a kill-or-be-killed fervour and dive-bombing enemy strongholds in a dizzying myriad of missions. Survival from day-to-day was an uncertain consequence of both skill and luck.
Publisher: Boston : Branden Pub. Co., c1992.
Characteristics: 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.