Joe Foss, Flying Marine, first published in 1943, is the account of World War II Marine flying ace Joe Foss (1915-2003). Beginning with his childhood on a South Dakota farm, Flying Marine tells the story of Foss's 63 days on Guadalcanal during which time he shot down 26 Japanese planes, equaling the World War I record of Eddie Rickenbacker, forced landings and rescues, and bouts of malaria.
This book is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the stains in the pictures; these are the only stains I could find in this book.
Joe Foss, Flying Marine is an excellent addition to your World War II collection or home library. Please use pictures as a guide. Have any questions or need more pictures, ask.
Book Dimensions: 9x6x2