Back From Combat by Charles N. Stevens
A World War II Bombardier Faces His Military Future

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


"His combat tour over, a survivor of thirty-four bombing missions as an 8th Air Force bombardier, Charles “Norm” Stevens wonders what he will do next. He would have his 30-day furlough, but that will pass quickly. What then? Having endured the hell of his bombing missions, he has no desire to sign up for another tour.
Even though the Allies are gaining on all fronts, the war still rages, and he is still on active duty in the Army Air Corps. He is a trained bombardier who will continue his military service. But in what capacity?
Turning down the option of being an instructor, he volunteers for training as a radar bombardier. But where would this lead him? He sees himself slowly being drawn into the Pacific War as a radar bombardier on a B-29 Superfortress. It is a gamble. Would the war end or would he find himself again in hostile skies?
Stevens previously wrote about his cadet and crew training in The Innocent Cadet Becoming a World War II Bombardier and his combat experiences in An Innocent at Polebrook: Memoir of an 8th Air Force Bombardier. This volume completes his military experience."

About Charles N. Stevens

See more books from this Author
Published September 1, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 264 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review