The Book Corner

This page lists books relating to military aviation with particular emphasis on those books written by members of the 92nd or the association or about the 92nd and the Eighth Air Force. Those listings with links have reviews and comments. If you would like to suggest a book to be added to the page, please contact the webmaster.


Boys at War,Men at Peace: Former Enemy Combatants Meet to Remember and Reconcile, by E.D. McKenzie, Vantage Press, 1998. ISBN 0-533-12466-2.

 

Davison Diary, by Ralph S. Davison. Available from the PX.

 

Magnesium Overcast: The Story of the Convair B-36, by David Jenkins, Specialty Pr Pub & Wholesalers, 2001. ISBN 1580070426. Available from the PX.

 

The Mighty Eighth in WWII A Memoir, by B/Gen. J. Kemp McLaughlin, University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, 2000. ISBN 0-8131-2178-7. Available from the PX.

 

The Route as Briefed, by John S. Sloan. Originally published by Argus Press; Cleveland, Ohio; 1946. Repreinted by Shade Wilson & Son, Inc.; St. Louis, Mo. Available from the PX.

 

Wing Ding: Memories of a Tail Gunner, by Lt. Col. Gene T. Carson, Xlibris Corporation; Philadelphia, Pa.; March 2001. ISBN 0-7388-5688-6 for hard back, 0-7388-5689-4 for softback, 0-7388-5690-8 for e-book.

 

For This Marvelous Country: Counting on me to get them back home, By Carol Rose Offutt, ISBN 0615336051.