Missions of War: A Personal Journal of World War II Mission Robert J. Brodersen Author
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World War II brought out the best in volunteerism and Robert Brodersen, Brodie, was a prime example of the tens of thousands who went. He just happened to keep a diary of his 37 missions as a B-17 pilot in the 336th squadron of the 95th Bomb Group in Horham England in 1944, which opened a whole new light on the man our father was.This is an excerpt from his first mission, So sitting in the lead plane, this twenty-three-year-old Nebraska farm boy had some view. In my wildest dreams, never did I think of seeing a thing like this. He tells of the missions, successes and losses, as well as life when he wasn't flying, in his honest, humorous manner. Brodie had a great sense of humor and the ability to tell a great story. Hope you enjoy it as much as many have.Sara Brodersen Cameron


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