Series: Wings at War Series

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The AAF in the Invasion of Southern France: An Interim Report by Headquarters U.S. Army Air Forces1
Wings at War Series, No. 2: Sunday Punch in Normandy, The Tactical Use of Heavy Bombardment in the Normandy Invasion by Centre for Air Force History2
Pacific Counterblow: The 11th Bombardment Group and the 67th Fighter Squadron in the Battle for Guadalcanal, An Interim by Center for Air Force History3
Airborne Assault on Holland: An Interim Report (Wings at War Series) by Center for Air Force History4
Air Ground Teamwork on the Western Front (Wings at War Commemorative Edition) by Army Air Forces Washington D.C. Headquaters5
Wings at War - Commemorative Edition - the AAF in Northwest Africa - an Account of the Twelfth Air Force in the Northwest African Landings and the Battle for Tunisia by Center for Air Force History6

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'Originally published shortly after key air campaigns, the "Wings at War" series captures the spirit and tone of America's World War II experience. Eyewitness accounts of Army Air Forces' aviators and details from the official histories enliven the story behind each of six important AAF operations. In cooperation with the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Center for Air Force History has reprinted the entire series to honor the airmen who fought so valiantly fifty years ago.' From the preface to each booklet.


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