Exciting, interesting and new memories come alive as Jack Stettner and his Buddies relate both past and present tales. Added to the original book, published just a year earlier, the stories unfold in a unique and inspiring interchange, with each author highlighting his own feelings as well as fact, wit and in some cases humor. Memories come alive in currency from the research of Ian Quinn, a Cathay Pacific Airline pilot, relaying events unfolding, such as the discovery of unexploded bombs (which he traced to Jack Stettner's mission 190), and a dramatic submarine rescue fifty six years ago just after a fortunately failed B-24 bombing attempt on this sub, (with Ian's research revealing the identity and location of the only current living survivor, a correspondent who was aboard the sub, and the B-24 pilot who following his fortunate miss, was not aware of the subsequent sub rescue of three downed B-25 crewmen in the waters just outside Hong Kong.)Immune on are J-IrFt Lee M. Enimn. sup-rumor .Ur a#39;ha#39;iehrf exemrtlve ... eltitlmted to will a#39;the dfltltla#39;lltt epjprexlmately 532.000 and le illI Ia#39;ll! repair! lo the urhtrel Ill-a#39;Il-la#39; lt-t by the shire, umTr-r rhe terms u!a#39; e bill now ... Blihhla#39;lg 3u-- much we could u!
|Title||:||Memories of the Jing Bao and Beyond|
|Author||:||Jack Z. Stettner|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2000-10-01|