I COULD NEVER BE SO LUCKY AGAIN,
GENERAL JAMES H. DOOLITTLE, USAF (Ret) and Colonel Carroll V. Glines
This is one of those rare literary pairings, where the top man in one field collaborates on his autobiography with a top man in another field. “Jimmy” Doolittle is regarded by everyone as a seminal figure in ...
REACH FOR THE SKY:
The Story of Douglas Bader, Legless Ace of the Battle of Britain
Original Printing: Collins, London, 1954; Bluejacket Books, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, 2001
Group Captain Sir Douglas Robert Steuart Bader, KBE, DSO, DFC, was an inspiration to his nation for decades. The story of the cocky young fighter pilot who lost ...
THE FIRST AND THE LAST
The Rise and Fall of the German Fighter Forces, 1938-1945
First U.S. Edition, 1954 Henry Holt & Company, New York
It is difficult to overstate the tremendous impression made on aviation history buffs when the first copies of Adolph Galland’s The First and the Last became available in the ...
This is the start of a new series, going back to reviews of great books published some time ago:
THE AIRSHIP EXPERIENCE
Hans von Schiller, “Ducky” Ward, Charles Mills,
C.E. Aldrich and Lundi Moore
Atlantis Productions & Airship International Press, 2004, $24.95
HINDENBURG: THE WRONG PAINT ;
HYDROGEN, THE RIGHT FUEL
Richard G. Van Treuren with Dr. Addison ...
My 17 year old Grandson Walt Coleman soloed last night at the Leesburg Airport in a Cessna 172. His landings were perfect and he said he had not been scared. He wore a big grin for the rest of the night!
I'm going to try to attach some photos to this, let's see if it works ...