Thirty Five Missions Over Japan

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Thirty Five Missions Over Japan
Author : 1st Lt. Philip D. Webster
File Size : 44,5 Mb
Publisher : Lulu.com
Language : English
Release Date : 09 February 2017
ISBN : 9781365743245
Pages : 178 pages
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These are the original, never-before-published notes penned in 1944 and 1945 by B-29 pilot 1st Lt. Philip D. Webster concerning the 35 missions he flew from Saipan to Tokyo during WWII. Two-time recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, every mission is described in detail -- the fighters they had to contend with, the hits they took and how many; the planes they shot down; the flak that was encountered and the damage it caused. Lt. Webster wrote about weather conditions and anything he thought the intelligence people would want to know about in a debriefing meeting upon landing. These notes were stored undisturbed in Phil's original, Army-issue briefcase for over 61 years -- from the time they were written until August, 2005, when the briefcase was finally opened. All major incidents are true and can be backed up by documentation.

Thirty Five Missions Over Japan

These are the original, never-before-published notes penned in 1944 and 1945 by B-29 pilot 1st Lt. Philip D. Webster concerning the 35 missions he flew from Saipan to Tokyo during WWII. Two-time recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, every mission is described in detail -- the fighters they had to contend with, the

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