B-29 “Double Trouble” Is “Mister Bee”

Radar Photography and Bombing of Japan During World War Ii My North Carolinian Father in the Crew of the "Lone B-29" Boeing Superfortress Bomber Flying the Longest Nonstop Combat Mission of World War Ii

Author: Colonel Charles A. Jones

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 740

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This book is the story of Elmer C. Jones, a young man who grew up during the Great Depression and who joined the military in 1943, becoming a member of the Army's Air Corps in 1944. He was the radar observer of a B-29 Superfortress bomber crew flying 28 combat missions over Japan in 1945--13 bombing missions and 15 photographic reconnaissance missions, including the longest mission of the war: 4,650 miles in 23:00 hours. He accumulated 489:50 combat flying hours during the war.

B-29 “Double Trouble” Is “Mister Bee”

Radar Photography and Bombing of Japan During World War Ii My North Carolinian Father in the Crew of the "Lone B-29" Boeing Superfortress Bomber Flying the Longest Nonstop Combat Mission of World War Ii

Author: Colonel Charles A. Jones

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 146

View: 356

This book is the story of Elmer C. Jones, a young man who grew up during the Great Depression and who joined the military in 1943, becoming a member of the Army's Air Corps in 1944. He was the radar observer of a B-29 Superfortress bomber crew flying 28 combat missions over Japan in 1945--13 bombing missions and 15 photographic reconnaissance missions, including the longest mission of the war: 4,650 miles in 23:00 hours. He accumulated 489:50 combat flying hours during the war.

B-29 “Double Trouble” Is “Mister Bee”

Radar Photography and Bombing of Japan During World War Ii My North Carolinian Father in the Crew of the "Lone B-29" Boeing Superfortress Bomber Flying the Longest Nonstop Combat Mission of World War Ii

Author: Colonel Charles A. Jones

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 372

View: 544

This book is the story of Elmer C. Jones, a young man who grew up during the Great Depression and who joined the military in 1943, becoming a member of the Army's Air Corps in 1944. He was the radar observer of a B-29 Superfortress bomber crew flying 28 combat missions over Japan in 1945--13 bombing missions and 15 photographic reconnaissance missions, including the longest mission of the war: 4,650 miles in 23:00 hours. He accumulated 489:50 combat flying hours during the war.

B-29 Double Trouble Is Mister Bee

Radar Photography of and Bombing Japan During World War Ii My North Carolinian Father in the Crew of the Lone B-29 Boeing Superfortress Bomber Flying the Longest Nonstop Combat Mission of World War Ii

Author: Charles A. Jones

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 372

View: 134

This book is the story of Elmer C. Jones, a young man who grew up during the Great Depression and who joined the military in 1943, becoming a member of the Army's Air Corps in 1944. He was the radar observer of a B-29 Superfortress bomber crew flying 28 combat missions over Japan in 1945--13 bombing missions and 15 photographic reconnaissance missions, including the longest mission of the war: 4,650 miles in 23:00 hours. He accumulated 489:50 combat flying hours during the war.

B-29 "Double Trouble" Is "Mister Bee"

Radar Photography and Bombing of Japan During World War Ii My North Carolinian Father in the Crew of the "Lone B-29" Boeing Superfortress Bomber Flying the Longest Nonstop Combat Mission of World War Ii

Author: Colonel Charles a Jones

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 372

View: 881

This book is the story of Elmer C. Jones, a young man who grew up during the Great Depression and who joined the military in 1943, becoming a member of the Army's Air Corps in 1944. He was the radar observer of a B-29 Superfortress bomber crew flying 28 combat missions over Japan in 1945--13 bombing missions and 15 photographic reconnaissance missions, including the longest mission of the war: 4,650 miles in 23:00 hours. He accumulated 489:50 combat flying hours during the war.

B-29 "Double Trouble" Is "Mister Bee"

Radar Photography and Bombing of Japan During World War Ii My North Carolinian Father in the Crew of the "Lone B-29" Boeing Superfortress Bomber Flying the Longest Nonstop Combat Mission of World War Ii

Author: Colonel Charles a Jones

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 740

View: 363

This book is the story of Elmer C. Jones, a young man who grew up during the Great Depression and who joined the military in 1943, becoming a member of the Army's Air Corps in 1944. He was the radar observer of a B-29 Superfortress bomber crew flying 28 combat missions over Japan in 1945--13 bombing missions and 15 photographic reconnaissance missions, including the longest mission of the war: 4,650 miles in 23:00 hours. He accumulated 489:50 combat flying hours during the war.

B-29 "Double Trouble" Is "Mister Bee"

Radar Photography and Bombing of Japan During World War Ii My North Carolinian Father in the Crew of the "Lone B-29" Boeing Superfortress Bomber Flying the Longest Nonstop Combat Mission of World War Ii

Author: Colonel Charles a Jones

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 146

View: 684

This book is the story of Elmer C. Jones, a young man who grew up during the Great Depression and who joined the military in 1943, becoming a member of the Army's Air Corps in 1944. He was the radar observer of a B-29 Superfortress bomber crew flying 28 combat missions over Japan in 1945--13 bombing missions and 15 photographic reconnaissance missions, including the longest mission of the war: 4,650 miles in 23:00 hours. He accumulated 489:50 combat flying hours during the war.