“As the most celebrated American bomber pilot of World War II, Robert Morgan has a remarkable story to tell, and he tells it candidly and lucidly in amazingly recalled detail.”—Brig. Gen. Henry C. Huglin, USAF, Ret.
“Bring[s] a new perspective to World War II literature…Exciting”—Library Journal
“Fans of military memoirs will like the first-person straight talk and action…Morgan’s personal life…is presented with ease and relative candor.”—Publishers Weekly
“This book unashamedly sports a Greatest Generation aura as it sings a love song to the B-17 that aviation buffs at least should find irresistible. It also provides an invaluable participant’s view of a major aspect of the U.S. experience of World War II—the strategic bombing campaign—and as such is definitely a book that needed to be written while the best man could still write it.”—Booklist