A friend introduced me to this book and to Dick Curtis himself. This book is every bit as genuine as he is. Read morePublished 1 month ago by John Summerlot
An absolutely Great story of how Luck played a Large role in Surviving Air Combat during WW 2.Published 1 month ago by Dennis Wittern
OK, he flew the P51, you can only be jealous about that. OK, it was war but never the less.
The story Curtis tells is terribly boring, no tension, no action. Read more
Interesting first hand account of WW ll in Italy. However, I was somewhat disappointed in the author's style of writing.Published 1 month ago by Colonel
This one I had a hard time getting through. He never told about combat he said he went on missions and what he did. I've read better war storybooks than this one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marv
The title is correct, dumb and lucky. The book highlights the lack of discipline in the American air corps of ww2. Wasted lives, the price paid for stupidity. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ian Alexander