EYES in the SKY

Michele, Adrianne
November 2003
Airman;Nov2003, Vol. 47 Issue 11, p30
Recounts the story of a U.S. Airman videographer, Doug Morell. Documentation of the experiences he had in World War II; Year of his retirement; Significance of his experiences on his life.


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