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    A hero in his own words

    Glen Edwards was one of millions of American young men who joined the military after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. He flew a small, twin-engine attack plane -- more of a fighter than a bomber -- on an epic voyage from the United States to North Africa, via Canada, Greenland, Scotland, and England. He fought through Tunisia, Sicily, and Italy before coming home to be a test pilot at Wright Field and the desert airbase that would one day be named in his honor. His last assignment was to test the futuristic and unstable Northrop YB-49 "Flying Wing" -- which killed him. Through it all, he kept a remarkably candid and often funny diary, which Daniel Ford has turned into a window on an earlier era of American aviation. Five stars!

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