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by Carl Fyler

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ISBN: 0962137499
Author: Carl Fyler
Language: English
Publisher: J.H. Johnston (1995)
Pages: 144
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Rating: 4.8
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Home Fyler, Carl Staying alive: A B-17 pilot's experiences flying . Signed by Author Very nice clean book with no other marks or dj splits. Memoir of a B-17 pilot who flew 25 missions against Nazy Germany, only to be shot down on what would have been his last bombing run.

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Staying alive: A B-17 pilot's experiences flying unescorted bomber missions by 8th Air Force . Staying Alive : A B-17 Pilot's Experiences Flying Unescorted Bomber Missions by 8th Air Force Elements During World War II. by Carl Fyler.

Staying Alive : A B-17 Pilot's Experiences Flying Unescorted Bomber Missions by 8th Air Force Elements During World War II.

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress prepares for mission. Bomber exploding in flames. B 17 Flying Fortress 8th Air Force. The remarkable aircraft flew 140 bombing missions, an 8th Air Force record, and never lost a crew member. What others are saying. She was named 909 after the last three digits of her tail number, 42-31909. She survived the war and was eventually sold for scrap in Arizona.

The 8th AF incurred lots of losses during the Second World War. The first official mission flown by the 8th Air Force personnel was four . They went in low and unescorted to surprise the Germans in conjunction with British raids. The first official mission flown by the 8th Air Force personnel was four A-20 Havocs (borrowed from the British) to an airfield in Holland (in coordination with other British raids) on July 4th 1942. Some sources say 6 planes, including the official Air Force records, but the wartime magazine Impact states . Three of the four aircraft were shot down. Two by flak and one by a FW-190 over the channel.

Was primary operator of B-17 Flying Fortresses in overseas combat theaters during World War I. These were two of the most experienced B-17 units, and their departure from England slowed down the development of the Eighth Air Force's offensive.

Was primary operator of B-17 Flying Fortresses in overseas combat theaters during World War II. The B-17 may have first seen combat in American markings in the Philippines, but it would earn its enduring fame with the Eighth Air Force, based in England and fighting over Occupied Europe. Later, two newly trained II Bomber Command groups (2d, 99th) deployed from the United States.

Army Air Forces, World War, 1939-1945; Places: United States; People: Carl Fyler (1921 . Staying alive: a B-17 pilot's experiences flying unescorted bomber missions by 8th Air Force elements during World War II. 1995, . Libraries near you: WorldCat.

Carl John Fyler, American Dentist. Decorated Purple Heart, 5 Air Medals, Distinguished Flying Cross, . Retired, 1992; Major United States Air Force, 1942-1946, European Theatre of Operations.

Jacket in mylar in excellent condition. No markings. Memoir of a B-17 pilot who flew 25 missions against Nazy Germany, only to be shot down on what would have been his last bombing run. Wonderful condition.

Comments:

Doukree
I loved this book. I wish I could have met Carl fyler. He was the pilot of this ill fated mission. My husbands father was also on this crew. I really enjoyed reading the stories of their experiences
Gaiauaco
I enjoy this book, and appreciate the care given by the seller. All was just as advertised.

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