WAKE ISLAND PILOT: A World War II Memoir
After the Pearl Harbor attack, the Japanese struck the small U.S. garrison on Wake Island. There, Marine pilot John F. Kinney oversaw the repair of damaged planes when he himself was not in the air. After two weeks, he was captured by the Japanese, but ultimately escaped in China. This is his story. Photos.
Publisher: Potomac Books
Item #: 1886657
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