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Gen. Carl's book is subtitled "The career of a Fighter Ace" and it does document his career very well. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Tom Fisher
Well done with some interesting insight of the way things were in Marine Aviation over three was.Published 1 month ago by MJ Glenn
I grew up in Oregon and Marion Carl spoke at our high school when I was a student.He became one of my hero's and is partly responsible
for my becoming an Air Force pilot and... Read more
The 'Numero Uno' Marine Corps aviator of the century. If there are additonal qualifications for the 'title,.I'm not aware of what they could be. Read morePublished 12 months ago by RPG
I did not know at the time that my CO in Korea was a war hero at the first battle in WW ll. I was impressed by him then and followed his career until his murder. Read morePublished 13 months ago by lambert campbell
Well deserved attention for Marion Carl. Well written biography. Couldn't put the book down. This is the account of a genuine aviation hero.Published 18 months ago by Romaine L. Bendixen
This is the least interesting bio of a great US military aviator that I've ever read. A good argument for employing a ghost writer.
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This guy was it, from air victories at Midway and Guadalcanal, to pushing the sound barrier, this hard-core Marine was the real deal. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ralph Glasser MD