Ken Finigian: My WWII Service in the U.S. Navy

“The plane was on the ground, and the wings were folded back when one gun had an accidental discharge. If the wings had been in the flying position, the bullets might have done more damage than just boring holes in the concrete. After that incident, they didn’t load guns until planes were ready to leave.”

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Baci Frecceri: My WWII Service on a Patrol Bomber in the Pacific

Many times while I was flying and something went wrong,
I would say, “God, if I make it home, I’ll never come up here and bother you again.”

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