From the book jacket of Intrepid Aviators:
Barrett Tillman, Author of Whirlwind and Enterprise: "Intrepid Aviators provides a rare look a a successful but little appreciated unit in the Pacific War. Torpedo Squadron 18 within USS Intrepid's Air Group 18 flew attack missions against the Japanese Empire's far-flung bases in the Western Pacific during 1944, and contrinbuted to sinking the battleship Musashi, one of the two largest ships built to that time. Fletcher portrays the men of Torpedo 18 as recognizable individuals whom the reader comes to know, to admire - and too often to mourn."
Alex Kershaw, New Tork Times Bestselling Author of The longest Winter: "Gregory Fletcher's enthralling Intrepid Aviators beautifully re-creates the epic clash between the USS Intrepid's Torepdo Squadron 18 and the Japanese battleship Musashi, one of the most important engagements of World War II. A thrilling, deeply moving literary memorial to the American flyboys whose immense sacrifice and courage really did change the world."
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