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by Michael J. Freeman
Freeman Enterprises 1997
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|Behind Enemy Lines
Wartime experiences of Michael Freeman, with the Navy in the South Pacific taking photos of crashed Japanese planes, sometimes behind enemy lines. This book is a self published account of Michael Freeman about his service with ATIU (Air Technical Intelligence Unit) that was charge with locating and examining downed enemy aircraft for analysis.
Mission To Choisel
Other Aircraft Wrecks
Philippines & Beyond
The book is illustrated with many photos from his personal collection, of both aircraft wrecks and sites from his wartime experiences. The book is also a personal memoir of his overall wartime service.
Out of print, Freeman represents a wartime 'wreck hunter'. Since publication, the author has passed away. Do you have a copy of this book for sale / trade?
Review by Justin Taylan
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