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The Black Sheep: The Definitive History of Marine Fighting Squadron 214 in World War II

Sprache: Englisch.
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Gamble recounts the "pre-Pappy Boyington" exploits of Squadron 214 as it fought the Japanese over the Solomons, as well as detailing the more familiar period of their fighter sweeps of the Japanese fortress island Rabaul. 32 photos. Maps.
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Titel: The Black Sheep: The Definitive History of Marine Fighting Squadron 214 in World War II
Autor/en: Bruce Gamble

ISBN: 0891417117
EAN: 9780891417118
Sprache: Englisch.
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Februar 2000 - kartoniert - 498 Seiten

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Gamble recounts the "pre-Pappy Boyington" exploits of Squadron 214 as it fought the Japanese over the Solomons, as well as detailing the more familiar period of their fighter sweeps of the Japanese fortress island Rabaul. 32 photos. Maps.

Portrait

Bruce Gamble is the also the author of "Black Sheep One: The Life of Gregory "Pappy" Boyington." A retired naval flight officer, Gamble lives in Hendersonville, North Carolina. "From the Paperback edition."

Pressestimmen

"Behind the legend of the 'bad boy' squadron is the true story of the people, places, and events that made the outfit what it was."
-"World War II Magazine
""A sensitive revision of a controversial legend, this book stands out as one of the best extant squadron histories and as a significant contribution to the literature of air power."
-"Publishers Weekly"
"Breathes new facts and new life into the Black Sheep, with not only a comprehensive account of the Marines' most famous squadron, but a detailed evaluation of a legendary subject."
-BARRETT TILLMAN
Author of "On Yankee Station"
"From the Paperback edition."
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