GOD IS MY CO-PILOT by

GOD IS MY CO-PILOT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Yet another panel of war in the air today as the author tells of planes and men in China. Determined on aviation, the author enlisted in the Army to get flying instruction, flow the mails in 1934, taught at Randolph, and made every effort to get late this war -- successful finally in flying Fortresses to Asia. Stuck in India as a ""delivery boy,"" working out of Dinjan, trying to evacuate Stilwell, who preferred to walk out, borrowing a P-40 from Chennault and carrying on one-man war against the Japs, he finally achieved his desire in being assigned to the 23rd fighter Squadrom under Chennault at Kunning. Then he got the action he wanted and with ""Old Exterminator"" rolled up his quota of Jape and planes. Here are the stories of the small group that kept a lifeline open, bombed Hong Kong, defended by agressive offensive. Valiant deeds and men.

Publisher: Scribner