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.
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 8 hours 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 days ago by Bill
Excellent book with first person information of an aviator who flew in B-17s. Brought his story to life while giving a vivid picture of what it was truly like to be a bomber pilot... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Leo Fantini
My favorite type of history, someone's personal story, telling me what it was really like. This book was made up mostly from his diary, lots of incidents he experienced, he was... Read morePublished 5 days ago by hal spence
Read it, heed it, server for
Read and heed! Forgotten lessons that I fear we'll be forced to learn again.
The best personal account of an 8th Air Force member I've ever read.Published 7 days ago by William
I got the audible version. But I will separate the reading from the writing.
This is an interesting enough book, the author joined the fray long after the first B-17s... Read more