|LEGEND OF HOBEY BAKER, Davies, John, Little, Brown & Co., 1966, vg/vg, see scan,
Baker was a super hero at football & hockey at Princeton. He went to war as a pilot in the Lafayette Escadrille in Dec. 1918.
He was killed in a flying accident, photos, 118 pages.
|LESSONS THAT LIVE, ca 1942, vg booklet,see scan, 18 personal accounts of narrow escapes (mostly
in the late 1930s) by AAF piots, illustrations, 46 pgs.
|LIBERATORS FROM WENDLING, Vickers, Robert, Unit Memorial Collection, 1977, fine (soft cover), see scan, Signed by author, see scan,
The 392nd B.G. (B-24s) flew 285 missions with 8th A.F., which all are described. photos,, 283 pages.
|LINCOLNSHIRE AIR WAR 1939-1945, Finn, S. Aero Litho co., 1973, VG, (soft cover), see scan, Lincolnshire (bomber country) was home to 49 airfields among the groups were 617 Group (The Dam Busters), photos, crash list, 114 pages.
|LONG CAMPAIGN, Lambert, John, Sunflower, 1982, very good (embossed cover, corner bumped, rubbed).see scan
Signed by author,see scan, The 15th Fighter Group began the war in Hawaii with P-36, P-40 & P-47 aircraft. In 1944, they acquired P-51 & moved ro the
Western Pacific where they were active in Iwo Jima, Okinawa & Japan, photos, 186 pgs.
| LOSS OF THE PRINCE OF WALES & REPULSE, Bennett, Geoffrey, Naval Insitute, 1973, vg/vg, see photo, Sea-Battles in Close-up 7, detailed account of the loss of these two British Battleships at the start of the Pacific War in 1941, photos, 95 pgs.
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|LUCK OF THE DRAW Murphy, Frank, FNP Military Division, 2001, as new (issued w/o dj),
see photo, author (a B-17 navigator) with the 100th BG, was shot down
on the Munster Raid (Oct. 10, 1943) on his 21st mission, photos, 344 pgs.
| MARTIN B-26 MARAUDER, Havener, J.K., Southern Heritage Press, 1998, f (soft cover, as new). see scan,
The author piloted more than 50 combat missions & was a transitional training instructor. Includes over 150 previousl unpublished photographs,
264 pages + color photo section.
| MARTIN MARAUDER AND THE FRANKLIN ALLENS, Mrozek, Guggham & Newekkm Sunflower University, 1980, fine (soft cover),
see scan, Franklin Allen was a B-26 pilot who flew in the SW Pacific & later transferred to the 9th AF in Europe.
This book is mainly composed of letters between Allen & his wife during the war, many photos, 544 pages.
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| MATERNITY WARD - FINAL FLIGHT OF A WW II LIBERATOR, Aronowitz, Marguerite, Pine Castle Books, 1998, fine (soft cover),
see scan, signed by author,
Based on the diary of Waist Gunner (William Fay), the author reonstructs the August 1, 1943 mission to Ploesti. Nearly 1/3 of the planes never came back.
photos, 165 pgs.
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|MARAUDER, Brosius, Capt. J.W. (editor), Halstead Press, 1944, vg (embossed cover). see scan,
Unit history of the 22nd Bomb Group with In Memorium, awards & unnamed group photos. Record of ordnance dropped &
aircraft destroyed. Heavily illustrated with photos. Color illustrations of squadron insignia. Drawings of nose art. 120 pages.
|MIGHTY EIGHTH, THE, Freeman, Roger, Motorbooks, 1993, f/f (as new), see scan,
history of the units, the men & aircraft of the 8th Air Force, many photos, 311 pgs.
|| $28.00 ||MIGHTY EIGHTH IN WW II - A MEMOIR,
McLaughlin, Brig. Gen. Kemp, University Press of Kentucy, 2000, as new with dust jacket,
see photo, author was a B-17 pilot with the 92nd BG, participated in heavy
water operations in Norway and led the 2nd Schweinfurt mission, photos, 208 pgs.
| MIGHTY EIGHTH ROLL OF HONOR, Andrews & Adams, 8th AF Memorial Museum Foundation, 1997.
Comb bound (as new). see scan, A listing of all 8th Air Force members killed or missing in action (WW II), 635 pages.
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|MIGHTY EIGHTH WAR DIARY, Freeman, Roger, Motorbooks, 1993, f/f (as new) see scan,
Day by day operational record of the 8th Air Force, photos, 508 pgs.
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|MOLES, THE, Ries, Karl, Dieter Hoffman, 1970, vg/vg, see scan,
Growth of German military aviation (Luftwaffe) from 1919 to 1935. This is basically a photo history, German & English text & captions.
They never did Volume 2 which was supposed to carry on until 1945, 151 pages.
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| MUSTANGS & UNICORNS, Smith, Jack, Pictorial Hisories, 1997, new, soft cover,
see photo, history of the 359th FG, commander,s pilots, aces, missions list, many photos, 248 pgs.
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| NIGHT FLYER, Brandon, Lewis, Kimber, 1961, f/f, see scan,
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| NOBLE SPIRIT, Morton, Alvin, Dorrance, 1999, f/f (as new), see scan,
A compilation of memoiries of men who served with the 303rd BG (8th AF), B-17s during WW II, photos, 229 pgs.
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|NOW IT CAN BE TOLD: WITH THE EYES OF THE SEVENTH PHOTO GROUP,
7th Photo Group Assoc., 1984, Hardcover binder (new condition), see scan,
8th A.F. photo group flew over 4,200 sorties using F-5 Lightnings, Spirtfires & Mustangs.
They were prominent at Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge & rocket sights, mostly all photos,see scan, 245 pages.
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| OUT OF THE BLUE, O'Brien, Terence, Collins 1984, vg/vg, see scan,
The author was a Dakota pilot flying all kinds of support missions for the Chinbit Units operating behind enemy lines, 272 pgs.
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