6 edition of WWII Victories of the Army Air Force found in the catalog.
September 1, 2005
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||512|
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This is the definitive work on World War II fighter pilots of the Army Air Force. It lists all 80 Fighter Groups that had pilots who achieved aerial victories. The pilots within each group are listed in alphabetical order listing their rank, serial number, squadron and the number of victories earned while assigned to that squadron.
The book lists 7, pilots who achieved at least a partial ?id. WWII Victories of the Army Air Force Paperback – September 1, by Arthur Wyllie (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.
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This is the definitive work on World War II fighter pilots of the Army Air Force. It lists all 80 Fighter Groups that had pilots who achieved aerial victories. The pilots within each group are listed in alphabetical order listing their rank, serial number, squadron and the number of victories earned while assigned to that :// WWII Victories of the Army Air Force Arthur Wyllie 0 Dedication This book is dedicated to my father-in-law, 1Lt.
Edward J. Gibbons. In World War II, he made the Arthur Wyllie wrote Aerial Victories of the Jet Era as a companion volume to his previous book WWII Victories of the Army Air Force that lists 7, pilots who were credited with aerial victories during World War II.
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