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"The book speaks highly of the human spirit and the quiet dignity of a man who would go on to build a humble law practice in Dunedin, raise a family, and like so many of the Greatest Generation, speak no more of his part in the war. Whether you are a student of history, or simply like to read a great story, I am, certain that if you read this book you will have but one regret -- that you can no longer talk to this unsung hero today."
--The Florida Bar Journal
"Stands out as a simple glimpse into the effectiveness and scope of American pilot training programs and provides insight into the subtle loving bonds between family members in war. The reader is also treated to a very thoughtful and quietly revealing journey that would have been lovely had the world not been trying to destroying itself. An enjoyable read."
--H-Net Reviews: H-War
"For readers who want to comprehend the whole experience of a pilot's tour of duty, Dunbar's letters add detail not found in many other books."