After a lifetime of flying, with experience ranging from novice airman to Director of Training and Standards and pilot examiner for a top name in aviation training organization, there's little Gene Fish hasn't seen. Ol' Shakey: Memories of a Flight Engineer shares some of the most memorable stories of Gene's career as a Flight Engineer flying in the Douglas C-124 Globemaster II, nicknamed "Ol' Shakey" – an aircraft that had a habit of keeping the flight crews on their toes dealing with quirky malfunctions. From a colorful layover at Midway Island to kite-flying at Pope Air Force Base, to overspeeding propellers, Gene's stories will entertain military personnel, aviators and anyone who is enthusiastic about the romance of flying – and gives a glimpse of the reality behind that romance.
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About the Author
Byron Gene Fish entered the aviation field at the age of sixteen. He attended air force pilot training, which earned him wings and a commission as a pilot. He recognized the value of education and enrolled in college wherever he was located. He completed PhDs in psychology and aeronautical engineering. He and his wife live in Normandy Park, Washington.