A World War II Flight Surgeon's Story

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In the brutal and deadly conflict that swept the world in the 1940s, the newly formed United States Army Air Forces played a crucial role. The inherently dangerous missions relied on pilots in peak mental and physical condition. Dr. Lamb Myhr spent the Second World War as a flight surgeon working tirelessly to "keep them flying." From Africa to Normandy and beyond, Myhr cared for injured and sick pilots, delivered civilian babies, and tended to the survivors of the Nazi concentration camps. Written by Myhr's great-niece ...

A World War II Flight Surgeon's Story 2015, Pelican Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9781455620487

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