Diary of Andy Anzanos during World War II while serving with the 8th Air Force as Flight Engineer/Gunner; flying 26 combat missions with the high casualty B-17 "Flying Fortresses."
B-17 "Flying Fortress" Combat Diary of Andy Anzanos, 26 missions, credited with destruction of an ME-110 and damaging an ME-109. Many engine failures and massive rocket attack made for a memorable experience. Loss of all room mates and their aircraft "Liberty Bell-e." Soon after completing his combat missions, Andy was shot down by friendly fire. Also writes of other training experiences. Andy is also a major designer and builder of the 390th Memorial Museum in Tucson, Arizona dedicated to his bomb group
In addition to the diary Andy writes of his pre combat and post combat experiences.
Andy was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air medal with 3 clusters, EAME Ribbon with 3 Bronze Stars.
6 x 9 soft cover 104 pages