Deadly Skies (True Combat)

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Their stories span the earth into every corner of the combat theaters in both Europe and the Pacific. In Deadly Sky , master historian John C. McManus goes beyond the familiar tales of aerial heroism, capturing the sights and sounds, the toil and fear, the adrenaline and the pain of the American airmen who faced death with every mission. In this important, thoroughly-researched work, McManus uncovers the true nature of fighting—and dying—in the skies over World War II.

About the Author John C. He is the Curators' Distinguished Professor of U. Naval Academy as the Leo A. Shifrin Chair of Naval and Military History. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Their stories span the earth into every corner of the combat theaters in both Europe and the Pacific. In Deadly Sky , master historian John C.

McManus goes beyond the familiar tales of aerial heroism, capturing the sights and sounds, the toil and fear, the adrenaline and the pain of the American airmen who faced death with every mission. In this important, thoroughly-researched work, McManus uncovers the true nature of fighting—and dying—in the skies over World War II. Read more Read less. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. Learn more. Frequently bought together. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers.

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It does an excellent job of describing all aspects of the lives of the airmen who fought in the war. There is some deserved mention of fighter pilots and those who flew medium bombers, but it is predominantly about the air crews of the heavy bombers. Continues… Excerpted from "Deadly Sky" by.

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Deadly Sky: The American Combat Airman in World War II

USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. It is an engaging and vivid portrayal of war in the skies from to Their stories span the earth into every corner of the combat theaters in both Europe and the Pacific. In Deadly Sky , master historian John C. McManus goes beyond the familiar tales of aerial heroism, capturing the sights and sounds, the toil and fear, the adrenaline and the pain of the American airmen who faced death with every mission. In this important, thoroughly-researched work, McManus uncovers the true nature of fighting—and dying—in the skies over World War II.