SOLO INTO THE RISING SUN: The Dangerous Missions of a U.S. Navy Bomber Squadron in World War II
Some bomber squadrons flew a different kind of mission in WWII than the usual, and this was the case for VPB-117--the Blue Raiders--unique not only because its B-24 Liberators flew for the U.S. Navy, and not the Army, but because most of the Raiders' missions entailed venturing out over the Pacific alone. This is their story. 32 pages of photos.
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