By: Scott, Robert L., Jr. Colonel. Foreword by Major General C.L. Chennault.

Price: $17.50 USD

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Book Condition: Very Good-

277 pp, 8 1/4" H, gray cloth with red lettering/decoration on spine and front board. B&w photographs, including frontispiece (all present). "Having determined early in life that he had to fly, (Robert L. Scott, Jr.) overcame all obstacles in the way to the attainment of his ambition. Having become a military pilot, his determined struggle to meet the enemy and his glorious record first, as a 'One Man Air Force', and later, as Commander of the American Fighters in China, should be an inspiration to all Americans of all ages." from the Foreword. Previous owner's name in ink at top of front free endpaper, light browning in gutters of endpapers, soft crease at top corner of several pages, small creases/wrinkles at fore-edge of some pages and on front pastedown, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, slight bump at two corners, very light rubbing/soiling on rear board.


Author Name: Scott, Robert L., Jr. Colonel. Foreword by Major General C.L. Chennault.

Categories: American History & Travel, Civil Aircraft & Aviation, Military - Aviation, Military - World War II,

Edition: Early Reprint.

Publisher: New York, Charles Scribner's Sons: 1943

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good-

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 28967

Keywords: Colonel Robert L. Scott Jr., American Pilots, World War II, Second World War, Aerial Combat, military Aviation, United States Army Air Force, USAAF, China, Japan, Burma, Brazil, Bomber, bombing Raids, Ed Rector, Tex Hill, Merian C. Cooper, Ajax Baumler, General Chennault, P-40, Larue, 23rd Fighting Group, Yunan, Travel, Adventure, Airmail, Air Corps, Civil Aviation.,