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Kearby`s Thunderbolts, the 348th FG in WW2 (348FG) (Schiffer 0764302485)

Kearby`s Thunderbolts, the 348th FG in WW2 (348FG)  0764302485
Kearby`s Thunderbolts, the 348th FG in WW2 (348FG) (Schiffer 0764302485)
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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:WW2 US
ISBN/Box:0764302485
Publisher/Brand:Schiffer
Author:Stanaway J.C.
Format:a4
No. Pages:224
Version:Hard cover
Language:English
Availability:only 1 remaining

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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory WW2 US, ISBN/Box 0764302485, Publisher/Brand Schiffer, Author Stanaway J.C., Format a4, No. Pages 224, Version Hard cover, Language English

The 348th Fighter Group was the most successful P-47 Thunderbolt unit in the Pacific. Medal of Honor recipient Colonel Neel Kearby took an aircraft that was generally despised in the southwest Pacific and made it into the terror of the skies over such formidable targets as Wewak on New Guinea, and Cape Gloucester on New Britain. Besides the redoubtable Kearby, the 348th aces included William "Dinghy" Dunham, Bob Rowland, Bill Banks, John Moore, Sam Blair, and George Davis, the Texas ace who would later receive the Medal of Honor in Korea. Ending the war in P-51 Mustangs, the 348th ranged over the Japanese homeland - completing their impressive record and honor, and the drive begun by the illustrious Kearby. John Stanaway is also the author of Attack and Conquer: The 8th Fighter Group in World War II: Possum, Clover & Hades: The 475th Fighter Group in World War II; The Operational Story of Lockheed's Lucky Star



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