Veteran, Historian and Author Announces a Book Honoring WWII Fighter Pilots

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WWII Victories of the Army Air Force is the most complete work ever done on World War II fighter pilots. It lists 7,299 pilots, by assigned group and individually, who achieved aerial victories.

Arthur Wyllie is commemorating the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Air Force with the publication of WWII Victories of the Army Air Force.

WWII Victories of the Army Air Force is the definitive work on World War II fighter pilots of the Army Air Force. It lists all 80 Fighter Groups, a total of 7,299 pilots, who had pilots that achieved aerial victories. The pilots within each group are listed in alphabetical order listing their rank, serial number, squadron and the number of victories earned while assigned to that squadron. The book is fully indexed for ease of use.

The bravery, courage and achievements of these men where critical to winning the war and making it possible for the Air Force to become a separate unit of the armed forces in 1947. WWII Victories of the Army Air Force is available for purchase at or whereever books are sold.

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Arthur Wyllie has been a WWII aviation enthusiast for over 15 years. In that time, he has personally talked to hundreds of the men mentioned in the book. He is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University. This is his fourth military reference book and fifth book overall.


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