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Follow along as the author relates his experiences from the time he enlists in the Army Air Force in 1942, thru training as an Aviation Cadet and finally as the pilot-in-command of a B-17 Flying Fortress as the 8th Air Force mounts its attack against Hitler's Germany. Enjoy moments of humor, live incidents of aviation suspense and feel the sorrow of tragic times. Follow along as the author relates his experiences from the time he enlists in the Army Air Force in 1942, thru training as an Aviation Cadet and finally as the pilot-in-command of a B-17 Flying Fortress as the 8th Air Force mounts its attack against Hitler's Germany. Enjoy moments of humor, live incidents of aviation suspense and feel the sorrow of tragic times.


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Follow along as the author relates his experiences from the time he enlists in the Army Air Force in 1942, thru training as an Aviation Cadet and finally as the pilot-in-command of a B-17 Flying Fortress as the 8th Air Force mounts its attack against Hitler's Germany. Enjoy moments of humor, live incidents of aviation suspense and feel the sorrow of tragic times. Follow along as the author relates his experiences from the time he enlists in the Army Air Force in 1942, thru training as an Aviation Cadet and finally as the pilot-in-command of a B-17 Flying Fortress as the 8th Air Force mounts its attack against Hitler's Germany. Enjoy moments of humor, live incidents of aviation suspense and feel the sorrow of tragic times.

30 review for My War: The True Experiences of a U.S. Army Air Force Pilot in World War II

  1. 5 out of 5

    Richard Green

    Originally I thought this would be an excellent book to get an insight into the air war over Germany in World War II. Instead, this book was written in a juvenile style, mainly telling stories of drinking and joke making. Although the author may have thought that the hijinks reported was original or interesting, there was nothing new that couldn't have been related by any college student living in a social fraternity. Very superficial treatment of a serious topic and provided little insight of a Originally I thought this would be an excellent book to get an insight into the air war over Germany in World War II. Instead, this book was written in a juvenile style, mainly telling stories of drinking and joke making. Although the author may have thought that the hijinks reported was original or interesting, there was nothing new that couldn't have been related by any college student living in a social fraternity. Very superficial treatment of a serious topic and provided little insight of anything.

  2. 5 out of 5

    CHRISTOPHER S. CAHAN

    Folksy, involving Reads more like a diary, but this makes it feel real. Writing weaknesses made up for by this sense of reading a man's personal notes. You will be onboard with him as he trains then flies combat. Also, the descriptions of his down time are interesting and take you along with him. This is written quite naturally in the cadence of the 1940's, which adds to its authenticity. Worthwhile! Folksy, involving Reads more like a diary, but this makes it feel real. Writing weaknesses made up for by this sense of reading a man's personal notes. You will be onboard with him as he trains then flies combat. Also, the descriptions of his down time are interesting and take you along with him. This is written quite naturally in the cadence of the 1940's, which adds to its authenticity. Worthwhile!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jerry Mercer

    Great Historical View of the Air War Comprehensive narrative of training and missions of the young B-17 crewmen who fought the war in the skies over Europe.

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