World War II, a European Theater
news release stated: "Fighter Squadron
Commander, Major William B. Colgan, a
top fighter pilot, in combat, August
1943-to-May 1945....he accumulated
more missions (208), decorations, narrow
escapes and friends (ground forces) than
the vast majority of pilots."
Colonel William B. Colgan, USAF,
Commander, 326th Air Division,Pacific Air
Forces, retired in 1972 from a 31 year
career in the U.S. Army (AC) and U.S. Air
(Photo: U.S. Air Force)
Come along in the cockpits to relive awesome low-altitude air
action. These books honor unsung World War II History
Allied Strafing in
World War II
World War II
Pilot (Third Edition)
*By Colonel William B. Colgan, USAF (Ret)*
* First ever books on the subjects and goal.
*Written for the public, understandable.
*Author: Top Fighter-Bomber Pilot and Strafer:
Inductee, Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame.
*Hitting ground and air targets in enemy field forces and support;
from the front lines to deep in enemy territory and at sea.
*Deadly fighting; detailed, how it was done, what it was like: with
gun camera film.
*May their story -- of duty, valor and sacrifice -- be better known
GEORGIA AVIATION HALL OF FAME
Colonel William B. Colgan
From Baseball Pro & Locomotive Fireman
Top Fighter-Bomber Pilot
When not overseas in World War II,
Korea and Vietnam -- a chief
assignment in the U.S. was in
Operational Requirements (statement of
future needs in airplanes and weapons
system to do the mission) and in
Operational Testing (proof testing of new
airplanes and weapon systems to do the
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