Flying the Hump, in World War II

Michael Kidda describes flying over the Himilayan Moutains during WWII in ill-equipped C-109 and B-24 bomber airplanes. These bombers had been converted to gasoline tankers and were not designed to fly at this altitude or these conditions, which made “Flying...

WWII Army Air Corps Service of William Robinson Bagby

William “Bill” Robinson Bagby served in the Army Air Corps with his twin brother Robert “Bob” Bagby during WWII. They were radio operators on B-17s and B-29s.