80 Percent Luck, 20 Percent Skill: My Life as a WWII Navy Ferry Pilot

Biographies & Memoirs

“My favorite part was when his wingmen told him he was trailing smoke, that somewhere in his airplane, there was a fire. ‘Paul and Russ agreed to do the radio work just when my radio died. The receiver-transmitter is behind the pilot’s seat. I knew where the fire was.’ No fluff, no BS, no emotion. And he saved the airplane.” –Mark A. Hewitt

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