mustang and thunderbolt Aces of the Pacific and CBI by John Stanawaymustang and thunderbolt Aces of the Pacific and CBI by John Stanaway

mustang and thunderbolt Aces of the Pacific and CBI

byJohn StanawayIllustratorTom Tullis

Paperback | May 1, 1999

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Although far better known for their exploits over the war torn skies of Germany and Italy, the USAAF's premier fighters, the P-47 and P-51, also made significant contributions to the victory against Japan from 1943 onwards. This book relates the appearance of the Allison-engined A-36As and P-51As over Rangoon from India in November 1943, the 1st Air Commando Group in China, P-47s over the jungles of New Guinea in 1943, escorting B-29s on long-range bombing sorties against the Home Islands in 1944-45 and elsewhere.
John Stanaway has written two best-selling volumes in the Aces series both covering the exploits of the greatest Pacific fighter of them all, the P-38 Lightning. He is also an official historian of the National P-38 Pilots' Association.
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Title:mustang and thunderbolt Aces of the Pacific and CBIFormat:PaperbackDimensions:100 pages, 9.89 × 7.2 × 0.24 inPublished:May 1, 1999Publisher:Bloomsbury USA

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1855327805

ISBN - 13:9781855327801

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Table of Contents

Introduction/P-47 Comes to the Pacific/P-51s Over Burma/Fifth Air Force P-47s in 1944-45/P-51's Over the Philippines/P-51s of the Fourteenth Air Force/Central Pacific/Appendices

Editorial Reviews

"For aficionados of the famous P-47 and P-51, this book documents the history, personalities and aerial engagements of Thunderbolts and Mustangs. Illustrated with numerous photos, this book has plenty for historians of the Pacific, or anyone interested in stories about air combat in WWII." -www.pacificwrecks.com