Book Reviews: P-47 Pilots - The Fighter-Bomber Boys by Tom Glenncategories: Book, History, Military, Pictorials, World War II, P-47, Air Force, Prairie Dog, Battle of the Bulge, General Patton, Fighter Bomber
My UncleI may be biased but the book is as good as any war story written up close. You can't imagine what it was like for these boys to fly right down the throat of death day after day. They came back with a void in compassion that has lasted a lifetime. It has taken 40 years to get uncle Cap to learn to enjoy family again. We have him with us once a week for dinner and enjoy the stories over and over.
I am honoredTo anyone who is trying to find or look-up this wonderful person: I can only tell you he is witty as all hell and in good health. I will not say where he lives or disclose more of him until I get his ok. He lives minuets away from us and he often comes over for dinner and will I ever get enough of his stories - now what a person he is!
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