By Herbert Brooks Hatch

This tale was once written through Herbert Brooks Hatch, Jr., one among America's residing Fighter Pilot Aces from international conflict II. Hatch flew a P-38 with the 71st Fighter Squadron, 1st Fighter staff, out of Salsola, Italy. with the exception of a short deployment to Corsice to hide the invasion of Southern France, he flew his fifty nine missions out of Foggia #3. He earned the prestigious Flying go and the Air Medal with eleven Oak Leaf Clusters. In his first e-book, An Ace and His Angel: Memoirs of a WWII Fighter Pilot, Hatch writes of the heroes and hardships persevered via veterans of the military Air Force.

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