THE STORY OF A P-38 PILOT
IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR
By Bruce K. Cox
John B. Cappo, born in Ramsay, Michigan, and later a resident of Marenisco and Wakefield, Michigan, enlisted in the Army Air Corps just before the Second World War began, and trained to become a P-38 fighter pilot. These are his stories about his wartime experiences, which took place primarily in North Africa. He shot down several German aircraft and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and a number of Air Medals. This book includes a photograph of him in his uniform, a copy of the document awarding him the DFC, and many photographs taken by him while in North Africa, both on the land and in the air. An impressive and entertaining account of his military service. At the back of the book is a complete list of his fifty combat missions. First edition, 2004.
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Details: viii + 43 pages, cardboard covers, comb-bound, 8 ½
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