WAR WINGS by Rutherford Montgomery

WAR WINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This tells of three fighter pilots, an American, an Englishman and a Scot, and the series of successful but harrowing experiences they have bombing and fighting first over Germany, later in the Pacific theatre. They never let each other down and come out miraculously unscratched even to the last dangerous fight before submitting -- unwillingly -- to furlough in the United States. There is no real thread of plot and it will have no permanent value, but as an account of a succession of grilling air battles and narrow escapes it will help fill the current demand for war aviation stories.

Publisher: McKay