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To Soar with the Tigers
     

To Soar with the Tigers

by Jennifer Holik
 

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This is the story of Flying Tiger Robert Brouk, a Flight Leader in the 3rd Squadron of the American Volunteer Group. In the months prior to Pearl Harbor, until the disbandment of the American Volunteer Group in July 1942, the Flying Tigers valiantly fought the Japanese over the skies of Burma and China.
This story contains Robert’s complete war diary. The

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This is the story of Flying Tiger Robert Brouk, a Flight Leader in the 3rd Squadron of the American Volunteer Group. In the months prior to Pearl Harbor, until the disbandment of the American Volunteer Group in July 1942, the Flying Tigers valiantly fought the Japanese over the skies of Burma and China.
This story contains Robert’s complete war diary. The diary outlines his dramatic experiences from the moment he enlisted in the American Volunteer Group to its disbandment.
His story also contains snapshots of the life he led upon his return to his home in Cicero, Illinois; a graphic account of his untimely death; and accounts of how Robert has been remembered through the years.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012052346
Publisher:
Generations
Publication date:
10/04/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
7 MB

Meet the Author

I have a Bachelor’s degree in History from Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri. I have been researching and writing about genealogy and history for more than 20 years. I am currently on the faculty of the National Institute of Genealogical Studies.

I am also the Genealogy Department Manager at Casa Italia where I host genealogy and writing programs and workshops.

My previous job experience was working in the education field as an administrative assistant and part-time educator at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago, Illinois. From there I moved into the IT department and built and managed databases for the aquarium. I learned a lot about databases, compiling information, building reports, and working with a variety of people with different backgrounds and goals for the projects. The database projects required many of the skills genealogists use – attention to detail, gathering and analysis of information, and reporting.

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