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by Robert L. Scott,C. L. Chennault

  • Author: Robert L. Scott,C. L. Chennault
  • ISBN: 0942397061
  • ISBN13: 978-0942397062
  • ePub: 1220 kb | FB2: 1599 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Military
  • Publisher: Buckeye Aviation Book Co; First Thus edition (June 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 277
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 805
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God Is My Co-Pilot ePub download

God is My Co-Pilot is a 1945 American black-and-white biographical war film from Warner Bros.

God is My Co-Pilot is a 1945 American black-and-white biographical war film from Warner Bros. The screenplay by Abem Finkel and Peter Milne is based on the 1943 autobiography of the same name by Robert Lee Scott Jr. (April 12, 1908 – February 27, 2006).

God Is My Copilot Mass Market Paperback – 1964. by Robert L. Scott (Author), . Chennault (Foreword).

God Is My Co-Pilot book. ROBERT L. SCOTT PUBLISHED MAY, 1956 genre: nonfiction Robert L. Scott wrote this book about his adventures as a mail carrier during horrible storms, getting lost over the Atlantic Ocean, running rescue missions in China for the Flying Tigers, and going2 miles over the top of Mount Everest. He was an amazing pilot and wrote a great book.

Col. Scott. GOD IS MY CO PILOT Scribner 1943. Double Ace: The Life of Robert Lee Scott J. Pilot, Hero, and Teller of Tall Tales. God Is Still My Co Pilot.

Robert L. Scott, Jr. te. MILLION BOOKS ORIGINAL TIFF ZIP download. ark:/13960/t42r3ph7m. SINGLE PAGE PROCESSED TIFF ZIP download. Scott has dreamed his whole life of being a fighter pilot, but when war comes he finds himself flying transport planes over The Hump into China

Robert L. Scott has dreamed his whole life of being a fighter pilot, but when war comes he finds himself flying transport planes over The Hump into China. In China, he persuades General Chennault to let him fly with the famed Flying Tigers, the heroic band of airmen who'd been fighting the Japanese long before Pearl Harbor. Scott gets his chance to fight, ultimately engaging in combat with the deadly Japanese pilot known as Tokyo Joe. Written by Jim Beaver

Col Robert L. This book has 277 pages and two hand signed signatures. from a smoke free home. Learn more about this item.

This book has 277 pages and two hand signed signatures.

Colonel Robert L. Scott J. fighter ace and bestselling author of God Is My Co-pilot, was in. .A title had revealed itself before a book ever took shape. Co-pilot was one of the few memoirs published during the war that remained in print more or less permanently thereafter. fighter ace and bestselling author of God Is My Co-pilot, was in troubl. gain. He had just offered to strafe John L. Lewis, the mine workers’ union boss who had continually violated the wartime no strike pledge after Pearl Harbor. Oddly, however, he didn’t include that episode in his famous book. Scott didn’t know how many million copies were produced up to the 1980s, but he did appreciate the book’s enormous influence.

His book God is My Co-Pilot is a window and a road map to a successful life

His book God is My Co-Pilot is a window and a road map to a successful life. Scotty and Scotty (Rob and Roland) The Flying Scotts! What others are saying. Scotty's Last Combat by Roy Grinnell Colonel Robert Scott, the first commander of the Fighter Group, successor to Claire Chennault's F. Anticipating a repeat of the Christmas day attack on the Fighter Group's air field at Yeching in China's Yunnan Province, Group Commander Col. Scott put all his pilots on alert on December and began constant airborne patrols at da. Approaching the Gate to Destiny by William S.

God is My Copilot follows Col. Robert L. Scott's early career in the Air Force and throughout WWII, focusing on his role as commander of the AVG, a collection of some of the best fighter pilots of WWII, many of whom came from the infamous Flying Tigers. Scott provides a perspective from the seldom talked about front of the China Burma India Theater.
Phenade
For those of us who have lived the military experience and who have been to an air war, General Scott's book remains a must read for any flyboy or anyone who aspires to pursue American air military service. I read this book many decades ago, and it gave me some inspiration to become a flyboy in Vietnam. Jumping ahead to the present. After reading a recent excellent book about Scott's life ("Double Ace"), I re-purchased this pivotal book I had lost a long time ago and read it again. It is timeless. I now keep it next to a very personal photograph I have of my father, a WWII combat veteran, and my uncle, a Korean-War era veteran, who stopped by General Scott's air museum in Georgia one day back in the early 2000's. General Scott treated them like heroes, took them to lunch, and posed for a photo with them. That's the way he was. Great book!
Legionstatic
One of the best books about flight you will ever read. I found Scott's pre-war experiences even more interesting than his time with the Flying Tigers. The guy was really around for the entire coming of age of flight. There's one particularly memorable story where he was told to make a mail run in a twin engine bomber after only having flown single engine craft for his entire career. He had an hour or so to read the manual, then he had to go up. It must have truly been an amazing time to be a pilot.

First hand accounts written at the time of the war or shortly after also give you a unique perspective. Did you know that Scott was tasked with flying B-17s into mainland China for a Doolittle style raid? You'll never read that type of thing in a textbook.
AGAD
An iconic biography by one of the best-known American aces of WW II. Thought to be too old for WW II, he would become a "Flying Tiger" and would claim over 20 Japanese aircraft. He would continue on to an illustrious career in the Air Force, retiring as a Brigadier General. A chance meeting with General Scott at an air museum in Georgia in 1986 inspired me to chase down Colonel James Kasler and co-author his biography, Tempered Steel. A must read for anyone interested in WW II history or flying. Inspirational.

Chuck Byler, co-author of Tempered Steel, the biography of Colonel James Kasler: 3-war vet, jet ace, NAM-POW, and the only 3-time recipient of the Air Force Cross
Nto
Listen, I have had this book in paperback since I was a kid and love it. But what I'd like to know is how or who writes these books for digital sales? The spelling and various sentence structuring is terrible. Doesn't someone proof read these? (And this is by no means the only book with this problem) Examples, just in the first couple of chapters. He had a grandfather killed at Hull Run (Bull Run?)Just down the page. "...marched into History at 7:55.1 was...( the '1' is suposed to be an I) These are just a few of the type-ohs that deter from an otherwise fabulous story.
Too bad they haven't brought out "The Day I Owned the Sky" which is his biography, its an extended version that has Scott flying an F16 in his 70's. Or "Chennault of China" by General Scott, amoung others that I'm proud to own. By the way, the book was not published before 1923 as it says on Amazon. WWII? 1939 -1945. Come on guys, try 1943
Pryl
This has been one of my favorite books since I first found it in my junior high library.
It gives you a true sense of the pride, spirit, and commitment of those who "Did nothing less than save the world."
Detenta
The book was still as good as it was when I first read it over 60 years ago.I just wanted a copy of it for my library.
Gnng
I read this as a child and decided to become a fighter pilot. Many years later I got to meat Robert Scott. He's still an inspiration.
I read this when I was in school. It was as good as I remembered.
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