WORLD WAR II
B-24 "SNOOPERS"
By Stephen M. Perrone

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ISBN 1-887544-02-X

 


 2nd Lt. Stephen M. "Steve" Perrone
in Nadzab, New Guinea, April 1944

Low Level Anti-shipping Radar Night
Bombers in the Pacific Theater

 

This is the story of the WW2 B-24 aircraft "Snooper" squadrons, low-level anti-shipping black-painted night bombers in the Pacific Theater. After the Midway and Coral Sea air-sea battle losses, the Japanese, in order to supply and strengthen the hundreds of islands they occupied after 7 December 1941, decided to use small groups or single ships and barges under the cover of darkness, moving among clusters of islands or in the open ocean in inclement weather to avoid being intercepted by American aircraft.

 

296 pages, with 60 overseas photographs

To order your copy of this excellent book send a note,
with $19.95 ($US), plus $2.55 ($US) for postage & handling within USA
or plus $11.00 (US) for Air Mail to overseas destinations, directly to:-

Stephen M. Perrone
P.O. Box 100
Somerdale,
NJ 08083, USA

 

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