Headwinds: a memoir
An enthralling true story set in the heady days of the Air Age, just after World War II, when aviation history was being made in small towns across America. Before World War II the only people flying were dare-devil barnstormers or wealthy individuals who could put down the cash for expensive tickets. After the war, B-29 Superfortress bombers were hastily converted into civilian passenger Stratocruisers. Military flight instructors, like Carl Ungerer, who flew both the B-24 and the B-29, were suddenly out of a job. Carl had a plan: Take his new bride back to his hometown of Marysville, Kansas, and start the Ungerer Flying Service.
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