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Ferguson, Taylor, Charleston, Illinois The excerpt from Reminiscences written by Gen. This book is a tribute to the many enlisted men and officers of the th Bomb.
Squadron who did not return from the SW Pacific. I want to express my appreciation for the courage and assistance of the first enlisted man from the th or th Bomb. Squadron who began wading over his dead buddies to help fight the fires on the Thomas Nelson on November 12, After the fires were out I was too euphoric to be alive to worry about the name of an assistant. This book would not have been possible without the critical reading of the manuscript by Mr. Victor Tatelman and Dr.
Jane Ferguson Andersen. This is a story of the th Bomb. Most events are true. General Richard Reinbold, our commanding officer, can verify events concerning administration. I did not keep a diary, but I have referred to the daily letters I wrote my wife for special events and dates. Many specific details of traumatic events have been supplied by living members of the squadron; they are crystal clear after over forty years.
It is always difficult for an author to separate the reported events which might have happened. Zark's co-pilot, Paul Shores, is also fictitious. Everyone else mentioned is either a friend of the th or a member of the Squadron. I want to express my appreciation for Paul Luttrell's comments on Carl Conant. He was Carl's co-pilot in the original th cadre. During the entire Papuan campaign, the enormous flexibility of modern air power was constantly exploited. The calculated advance of bomber lines through seizure of forward bases meant that a relatively small force of bombers operating at short and medium ranges; could attack under cover of an equally limited fighter force.