LAST OF THE RANDOLPH BLUES, PERSONAL STORIES OF TEN WWII PILOTS
by Gary W. Metz
LAST OF THE RANDOLPH BLUES began with Gary W. Metz’s search for information about his uncle, a WWII pilot who died in 1944 while still on active duty, and culminated in this in-depth and compelling story of the lives of ten men and their service to their country. From the opening paragraph to the closing chapter where the reader learns the poignant backstory of how the search for information became an intensely personal story for all involved, this is a WW II book that goes much deeper than the war.
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THE SAN JOAQUIN SIREN: AN AMERICAN ACE IN WWII’S CBI
by William ‘Bill’ Behrns with Kenneth ‘Ken’ Moore
The San Joaquin Siren is the true-life adventure of a determined young man who decided at an air show that he was going to become a P-38 pilot. With the odds stacked against him from birth, Bill used his grit, drive, and quick mind to make his dream become a reality. Told in an engaging style by author William ‘Bill’ Behrns with Kenneth ‘Ken’ Moore, The San Joaquin Siren is destined to become a must-read for WWII enthusiasts and adventure seekers of all ages and interests.
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