If you want to know how a young fighter pilot felt in his head and his heart as he was about to ﬂy the enemy skies of WWII, this book is for you. Always afraid he was about to die, he climbed into the cockpit anyway … and lived to tell you about it.
How would you feel if you were a new guy in the sky … attacked by four Messerschmitts?
Let me tell you, no matter how much you prepare, no matter how much you read, how much you train, no matter how much you think of yourself as a ‘Hot Shot Pilot,’ you are never ready for life and death combat!
How did it feel to say a ‘last goodbye’ to your bride believing you would never see her again, as you left to ﬁght WWII?
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Lyndon Shubert is winner of the Distinguished Flying Cross & other medals. In his book “BRAVE AND FUNNY MEMORIES OF WWII: By a P-38 Fighter Pilot” he shares his memories of what a young P-38 Fighter Pilot felt in his head and his heart as he was about to fly the dangerous skies of WWII…Always afraid he was about to die, he climbed into the cockpit anyway…his fears lessened by his sassy, sarcastic, sense of humor…and he lived to tell about it! He is now 96 and in the late stages of Alzheimer.