"Aces of The Eighth" by Jack Fellows

“The Whole Truth” by Bob Harvey

Fellow Headhunters, Last year we posted a link to the transcripts of the Lt Col “Roscoe” Wilkerson court martial, inviting you to read the evidence in its entirety and judge for yourself the merits of the case. Fellow fighter pilot Col Bob Harvey (retired) did just that and has published his first book which dissects the entire case. The result is…

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World War Two Memoirs of A Fighter Pilot

By Clarence E. Wolgemuth Clarence “Wogy” Wolgemuth has published an outstanding account of his memoirs as a P-38 fighter pilot in our 80th Fighter Squadron during WWII. He would like to donate all proceeds of the sale of his book to our Headhunters Association. A copy of this 8.5″ x 11″ 68-page great book, with photos, can be ordered directly from him…

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Ruff Stuff

By Tina Susedik & Norb Ruff Contact Norb’s son, Mark Ruff for ordering details.


Compiled by Dr. Larry Simpson When Kirby was still sending out e-mails, his “Kirby Grams” often contained different stories and personal recollections. One of his mailing lists was to friends he met on-line in AvSig; an aviation web site. Two of those close friends are Penny Wilson and Dr Larry Simpson, both of whom literally saved and changed Kirby’s life—at least twice. They…

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Vipers in the Storm

By Keith Rosenkranz Additional details and ordering information are available on the author’s website: http://www.Vipersinthestorm.com. He also has a Facebook Fan Page – Vipers In The Storm – Keith Rosenkranz.

Memories of a Fighter Pilot

By Jay E. Riedel Memories of a Fighter Pilot by Jay Riedel is a collection of as many of his personal recollections as he can remember that would be of a significant interest to most readers. They are as accurate as he remembers them. Many will make you laugh, some will water your eyes, and some will have you gripping…

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(I Am) A Real American

By Bob Kan (I Am) A Real American by Bob Kan. Bob is a 3rd Generation Japanese-American (JA) born and raised in Hawaii. As a 7-year-old, Bob told his Mom he wanted to be a pilot. As a nine-year old, he witnessed Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor. Bob was selling newspapers on the streets of Honolulu to soldiers and sailors, many in…

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The Red-Blooded All-American Boy

By Dick Jonas It has been said that Vietnam was the wrong war, and the wrong war doesn’t bring out songs. That’s bullshit. There were the protest songs and the protest singers of the late sixties and early seventies. Almost every anti-war rally formed around a nucleus of string-players, song-singers, and public address systems. The songs were there because a lot of…

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Passing the Flame

By Dick Jonas The aim of this book, along with its predecessor and the associated CD albums, is to preserve and perpetuate the legacy of the warrior musician. They are the people who create and perform primarily what are known as fighter pilot songs. The warrior musician legacy is made up of three elements: people, airplanes, and action. No warrior…

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Diablo’s Shadow

By Mark W. Danielson DIABLO’S SHADOW ISBN 9780979916755 trade paperback ($14.95 Amazon.com) ISBN 9780979916748 hardback ($29.95 Amazon.com) A father-daughter outing in an East San Francisco Bay park turns tragic when Kerri Connifer disappears in the dense forest. Randy Connifer, the guilt-ridden father, spirals out of control when the ferocious storm delays the search. Neither he nor his estranged wife was prepared for the…

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Danger Within

By Mark W. Danielson DANGER WITHIN ISBN 1-930754-27-2 ($15.95 Amazon.com) This fast-paced thriller tracks the life and death of Global Cargo Express Flight 3217. Over one hundred feet below the ocean’s surface lay the secrets of the DC-10’s cargo, but as Navy divers fin their way down, men begin to die. Author and FedEx MD-11 Captain Mark Danielson tells it like it…

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The Innocent Never Knew

By Mark W. Danielson THE INNOCENT NEVER KNEW ISBN 1-930754-49-3 ($15.95 Amazon.com) A city-wide power failure and blinding snowstorm blacks out Albuquerque as Senator Sam Tinsdale is set to arrive on Polaris Airways. Now guided by a false glideslope, the 737 crashes short of the runway, killing everyone except Flight Attendant Erica Hayes. Holding the flights deepest secrets, she runs for her life…

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