NEW RELEASE – ‘Enemy Skies’ by Forrest S. Clark

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Duty, courage, fear and bravery are words known by soldiers in battle.

In World War II, Americans joined the fight against Hitler and his cruel regime.

These soldiers, when face to face with the highly organized, technologically efficient enemy, learned the meanings of other words—brutality and wastefulness.

Forrest S. Clark was a young B24 gunner and radio operator who flew with the 8th Air Force, 67th Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, known as “The Flying Eightballs,” in the European Theater.

He witnessed fiery deaths in the skies over Germany, heard the click-click of the bombs dropping, and saw the fires in the cities below.

Some of the airmen who died, or were listed as MIA, had become friends.

In April 1944, he was on a mission to Lechfeld Air Base, near Dachau, south of Augsburg, when his B24 was hit in the fuel tank.

Pursued by German fighters, the pilot turned…

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