4 edition of Fighter pilots in World War II found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bruce Barrymore Halpenny.|
|LC Classifications||D785 .H33 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 214 p. :|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||2004484048|
Veteran fighter pilots and members attending annual gatherings of the American Fighter Aces Association were sometimes privileged—especially if he’d already had a few— to hear retired Brig. Gen. Robin Olds spin one yarn or another about a clash with German Messerschmitt Mes, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiGs or some pencil-pushing. This is the story of Allied fighter pilots and the part they played in all the principal operational theatres of World War II. It also tells of life on the wartime airfield and how ground crew kept the aircraft ready for action either in the bitter cold of a Scottish winter or the sweltering heat of the North African desert.
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List of World War II flying aces - Wikipedia. During World War II American fighter pilots ranged fiercely and bravely over most of the seas and continents of the world. They escorted our bombers, protected carriers and land bases and --whether alone or skillfully teamed together they fought to win and hold control of the air, without which no final victory was possible.5/5(12).
A fun little book. Written in the mid seventies, it is an introductory book for those interested in aerial warfare in the 20th Century. We get 14 mini-biographies of WWII "shooting stars"- mainly British, American and German, but with one each for Japan and Russia to give a good cross view of the WWII Pilot experience/5.
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American pilots dutifully fought the required amount of time and went home for Author: Blake Stilwell. “Race of Aces,” John Bruning’s action-fueled World War II narrative, follows the elite fighter pilots who competed to shoot down the most enemy : Elizabeth Wein. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction --Paddy Finucane, the leader --Frank Carey, Top Secret?--'Johnnie' Johnson, the hunter --Pattle, the forgotten hero --Richard Stevens, the lonely warrior --George Beurling, Malta defender --Robert S.
Johnson, Thunderbolt pilot --Charles H. MacDonald, lightning over Leyte --Adalf Galland. Captain Jerry Yellin (whose story is told in the new book THE LAST FIGHTER PILOT) was a P fighter pilot stationed in Iwo Jima during World War II.
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This book examines the reality behind the myths of the legendary German fighter aces of World War II. It explains why only a small minority of pilots - those in whom the desire for combat overrode everything - accounted for so large a proportion of the victories.
This is the story of Allied fighter pilots and the part they played in all the principal operational theatres of World War II.
It also tells of life on the wartime airfield and how ground crew kept the aircraft ready for action either in the bitter cold of a Scottish winter or the sweltering heat of the North African desert. The book brings home the nervous strain caused by the constant.
U.S. Army Air Corps veterans recounted their experiences as fighter pilots in the European theater during World War rs included one “ace” fighter pilot as well as two members of the.
Female WWII Pilots: The Original Fly Girls About 1, young women flew military aircraft stateside during World War II as part of a program. Book subjects like Fighter pilots. Biography & Autobiography > Military; History > Military > World War II; History > Military > Aviation; World War, ; United States; 's; USA; Browse All Subjects.
Before David Grohl’s famous rock band took on the name from a UFO history book, a “foo-fighter” was a relatively unknown term.
Sometimes called “Kraut Fireballs”, the mysterious balls of light in the skies of World War II agitated pilots with their ominous presence. It was the spring ofat the height of World War II.
Two pilots, members of the Soviet Air Force, were flying their planes—Polikarpov Po-2 biplanes, built mainly of plywood and canvas.
The exploits of the Tuskegee Airmen, an all-black fighter squadron, went largely unnoticed during and after World War II. “The information about the pilots in the news was a big secret as far as this country was concerned,” said Beverly Dunjill, a Tuskegee Airman.
Despite the lack of recognition, Dunhill and other pilots broke the “color. After World War I, three pilots suffering from shell shock, band together in Paris.
Feeling they have no future, the men are constantly drunk. They meet and invite a wealthy but aimless woman into their group.
Description: World War II air war companion to Panzer Aces and Panzer Aces II In-the-cockpit accounts of aerial dogfights by some of Germany's deadliest pilots ever to take to the skies This exciting book tells the combat biographies of seven Luftwaffe aces: three day-fighter pilots, one night-fighter pilot, one close-support pilot, and two.
Despite being the most highly decorated unit in the Soviet Air Force during the war, the Night Witches regiment was disbanded six months after the end of World War II."Winged Samurai" tells two stories: the story of Japan's greatest surviving ace, Saburo Sakai, and the large story of Zero fighter pilots and the combat they participated in during WWII.
The book is filled with history and photographs of the pilots, aircraft and events .