Reviews for To Fly and Fight
Publishers Weekly says: "Defines (in understandable technical detail) what Ďcombat flying skillí really means and conveys the unique mindset a fighter pilot needs in order to survive."
Library Journal says: "Andersonís accounts give the reader an insiderís view. An exceptional account of an exceptional man. Highly recommended."
Air & Space says: "A clear, straightforward narrative of what itís like to fly a Mustang...Good reading for aviation buffs or for anyone who just enjoys a good story."
National Defense says: "Remberances related so convincingly and with such clarity that they will keep you at one sitting."
Editorís Copy says: "Probably the most informative of all the books yet written about fighter pilots...unusually well written...better than fiction."
Robert Serling, author, "The Presidentís Plane is Missing" says: "Andersonís autobiography could be a story of almost any man who ever flew a fighter, and it is superbly written. And despite all the millions and millions of words written about World War II combat flying and military aviation in general, this one is a new look with new experiences that read like a novel"
Stephen Coonts, author, "Flight of the Intruder" says: "A terrific book that deserves a place of honor on every pilotís bookshelf."
Ernest K. Gann, author, "Fate is the Hunter" says: "To Fly & Fight is one hell of a reading excitement. It gallops boldly through hostile skies and still takes moments to bring us the incomparable beauties aloft."
Maj. Gen. Oliver Lewis, USAF Ret., writing in "National Defense" says: "Remembrances related so convincingly and with such clarity that they will keep you at one sitting."
Bill Wagstaff, Aviation International News, says: "the finest first-person account of combat flying since Robert Scottís moving God is My Co-Pilot."
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