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Quoted in the July/August issue of The Atlantic

I got quoted in “The Big Question” department of the July/August 2015 issue of The Atlantic, alongside a number of other aviation authors and luminaries. Continue reading

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Terry and the Pirates comic featuring the China National Aviation Corporation

Milton Caniff, one of the greatest American cartoonists, is perhaps most famous for his comic strip Terry and the Pirates. a 1930s and ’40s flying adventure set in China. China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) pilot Frank Higgs was an Ohio … Continue reading

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China’s Wings published in China, in Chinese

China’s Wings has been translated into Chinese and published in China. Here are links to the Chinese edition. Continue reading

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The Hidden History of America at War by Kenneth C. Davis, reviewed by Gregory Crouch

Here’s “America’s Way of War,” my review of The Hidden History of America at War: Untold Stories from Yorktown to Fallujah by Kenneth C. Davis, which appeared in The Washington Post on June 5, 2015.   Here are the other … Continue reading

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LA Times story about West Point professor and author Elizabeth Samet

Today, Jeffery Fleishman of The Los Angeles Times published “At West Point, Warriors Shaped Through Plutarch and Shakespeare,” an interesting story about West Point English professor Elizabeth Samet. She’s the author of No Man’s Land: Preparing for War and Peace … Continue reading

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China’s Wings… in Chinese

Coming soon to a bookstore near you… if you live in China: Like this:Like Loading…

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Snowblind by Daniel Arnold, reviewed by Gregory Crouch

“Slippery Slopes,” my review of Daniel Arnold’s new short story collection Snowblind: Stories of Alpine Obsession, was in The Wall Street Journal last weekend (April 4 & 5, 2015). Good effort from Arnold. I’ve linked to a Google search, because … Continue reading

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Bonanza Queen, by Zola Ross

Two stars out of five on Goodreads. It wasn’t as bad as I expected. Like this:Like Loading…

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Weapon of Mass Instruction

A 1979 Ford Falcon converted into a tank armed with 900 free books. Continue reading

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KTSF News spotlights Moon Chin and the CNAC exhibit at the SFO Museum

Link to KTSF television news spot featuring Moon Chin and the Legends of CNAC exhibit at the SFO Museum. (102-year old Moon Chin is looking pretty spry, and he’s interviewed in English. With a cameo appearance by Craig Chinn.) Continue reading

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