Truman J. Smith (1924–2011) was a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Air Force and a member of the Distinguished Flying Cross Society. In 1958 he founded the Air Force Radio-TV network, which reached Europe, North Africa, and the Near East.
Good read, a little slow at first. But as a fellow military pilot, he is right on how the war is fought!Published 6 hours ago by Bill Wilson
Excellent book !. Gives the detail of flying the missions while looking at the other side of life during the war and all with a degree of humour that had me chucking long and... Read morePublished 8 days ago by VH-MDX
The writing was good and the stories were very revealing. I have no idea how these guys did what they did....Published 8 days ago by Appraiser Steve
My uncle was a very young Air Force navigator and he and my aunt went to unit reunions up into their eighties. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Sylvia
Great eye witness accounts of WWIi and lots of informative details about what happened.Published 14 days ago by Buckmeister
The Wrong Stuff is a very well written autobiography of a young man's life mostly covering about 5 months in late 1944 and extending lightly in both directions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by G P CUMMINGS
Some good information about the air war in Europe but sometimes the author had too much silly information.Published 2 months ago by Bill