Steinway, Roger
August 2003
Military History;Aug2003, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p34
Interviews U.S. Army bomber pilot during World War II Joseph E. Colson. Way in which he became a worker at Boeing; Training under the U.S. Army Air Corps; Views on the B-24 aircraft.


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