Dead Reckoning: Experiences of a World War II Fighter Pilot

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World War II fighter planes were more akin to the Spads and Fokkers of the First World War than they were to today's combat jets. Eddie Rickenbacker and the Red Baron could immediately relate to the likes of Gentile, Bong, and Yeager. World War II fighter pilots in all branches of service, Army, Marines, and Navy, in Europe and the Pacific theaters still flew "by the seat of their pants." Combat quickly became a one-on-one deadly duel. After the battle was over and the various squadron elements were scattered widely over ...

Dead Reckoning: Experiences of a World War II Fighter Pilot 1997, White Mane Publishing Company

ISBN-13: 9781572490253

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