LUCKY 666: The Impossible Mission That Changed the War in the Pacific
At an airbase in New Guinea, American pilot Jay Zeamer and bombardier Joe Sarnoski rebuild a B-17 bomber from spare parts. Then, a chance to prove themselves comes in the form of a suicide mission: a solo reconnaissance flight into the heart of the Japanese empire. This is the story of what happened next. 16 pages of photos.
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