Jungle Ace: Col. Gerald R. Johnson, the USAAF's Great Fighter Leaders (Warriors)
Flying P-38s, Jerry Johnson shot down 24 aircraft in 265 combat missions in the Pacific theater. At the age of only twenty-four, he commanded the highest-scoring fighter group in the Pacific. Tragically, though Johnson had survived three combat tours, which included a mid-air collision with a Japanese aircraft and being shot down by friendly fire, the new father disappeared without a trace while flying a courier mission one month after the war’s end.
- Author: John R. Bruning
- Publication Date: 2003-11
- Publisher: Potomac Books Inc.
- Product Group: Book
- Manufacturer: Potomac Books Inc.
- Binding: Paperback, 330 pages
- Brand: Brand: Potomac Books Inc.
- Used Book in Good Condition
- Item Dimensions:
- Dimensions: 790L x 508W x 70H
- Weight: 69
- Package Dimensions:
- Dimensions: 772L x 504W x 94H
- Weight: 79
- List Price: $9.95
- ISBN: 1574886940
- ASIN: 1574886940
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