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Riassunto: The 303rd flew 364 combat missions over German-occupied territory with the Eighth Air Force, U.S. Army Air Corps, during World War II, more combat missions than any other heavy bombardment group in the Eighth Air Force. Clarke says, "For forty years after service in the war, I tried to forget it: the stress and deaths, the noise and the cold, the early wake up calls, the saunters from the living quarters to the mess hall in the eternal mud, the pulverization of B-17s off one's wing when the German Flieger Abwehr Kanone (flak) made direct and fatal strikes through the soft skin of the Boeing beauties-the death knell of a big-assed bird and ten human beings, the mid air crashes of planes of like kind trying to navigate and assemble through the English fog, smog and clouds-up and out until the battle was joined. I had gladly given Uncle Sam two and one half years of my life and needed to spend the next 40 years trying to catch up on the things I had missed in the interim. It was not that the service was all bad, but rather that it was too concentrated, too focused, and too frantic in those 67 days. Clarke goes on to provide detailed descriptions of each of these 32 missions, including maps and the significant comments from the actual mission reports. Anyone interested in history, especially the history of the Second World War, will want this book. Nowhere else will you read these unique descriptions of this war as experienced from the belly turret of a B17

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Descrizione libro 1st World Library, United States, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 216 x 140 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The 303rd flew 364 combat missions over German-occupied territory with the Eighth Air Force, U.S. Army Air Corps, during World War II, more combat missions than any other heavy bombardment group in the Eighth Air Force.Clarke says, For forty years after service in the war, I tried to forget it: the stress and deaths, the noise and the cold, the early wake up calls, the saunters from the living quarters to the mess hall in the eternal mud, the pulverization of B-17s off one s wing when the German Flieger Abwehr Kanone (flak) made direct and fatal strikes through the soft skin of the Boeing beauties-the death knell of a big-assed bird and ten human beings, the mid air crashes of planes of like kind trying to navigate and assemble through the English fog, smog and clouds-up and out until the battle was joined. I had gladly given Uncle Sam two and one half years of my life and needed to spend the next 40 years trying to catch up on the things I had missed in the interim. It was not that the service was all bad, but rather that it was too concentrated, too focused, and too frantic in those 67 days. Clarke goes on to provide detailed descriptions of each of these 32 missions, including maps and the significant comments from the actual mission reports. Anyone interested in history, especially the history of the Second World War, will want this book. Nowhere else will you read these unique descriptions of this war as experienced from the belly turret of a B17. Codice libro della libreria APC9780974562421

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