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Bombs Away by John Steinbeck

Written for the U.S. Army Air Corps in the early days of World War II, Bombs Away gives readers insight into the training of individual members of a heavy- bomber (B-17 and B-24) crews and their molding into a functioning … Continue reading

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Review: Hell above Earth by Stephen Frater

Subtitle: The Incredible True Story of an American WWII Bomber Commander and the Co-Pilot Ordered to Kill Him Werner Goering was a B-17 pilot who completed 49 daylight bombing missions over Germany during World War II.  What he didn’t know … Continue reading

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Review: Masters of the Air by Donald L. Miller

Subtitle: America’s Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War against Nazi Germany. I bought this book while in Missoula, Montana in between visits to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks last month. It’s a fat book about World War II. I … Continue reading

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