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WWII – 1944 – Th e Pacifi c War Zone

In the Pacific Fleet Replacement Pilot Pool at Pearl Harbor, Ensign Bruce Weber receives training in the new Grumman Hellcat fighter planes. He is then assigned to a fighter squadron aboard a carrier. Bruce demonstrates exceptional airmanship skills, shooting down several enemy aircraft.

After he has accounted for more than a dozen enemy planes, squadron enlisted personnel repaint their hero’s plane with white engine speedring and tail to resemble a bald eagle.

During the first few months of the deployment, three of Bruce’s close friends are shot down by Kenji Okada, a Japanese super ace known as “The Osprey”. Okada flies a Distinctively painted Zero. Bruce swears vengeance and searches for the Osprey on every flight. The two aces eventually meet. The dogfight is long and difficult but Bruce
finally shoots Okada down. Returning to the carrier, Bruce lands almost out of fuel just before the ship is disabled by a Kamikaze. Fire decimates the aircraft and the ship is out of action. Both are ordered back to the states, their fighting days over at least for a while.
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ISBN: 9781468573596
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