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Story about B-24 Liberator Bombers serving in World War II

A true story of Thanksgiving for free on Kindle right now

This is a true story of Thanksgiving for 11 heroes aboard the Daisy Mae on its last flight in 1943. Read today on free Kindle Apps and on any computer or smartphone.

The Daisy Mae is the hero on the sand on July 24, 1943
The Daisy Mae as she miraculously stopped just short of the shark infested waters. Marines and sailors are counting more than 800 bullet and cannon holes. This is the Eastern Island of Midway on July 24,1943

This is a book about heroism and hope at 17,000 feet. You will find that the heroism and hope was paid forward by these 11 brave men representing thousands of descendants who have never read or heard the story. The book is based on a true story of a little publicized bombing mission over Wake Island on July 24, 1943 during the darkest hours of World War II.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving with the 11 brave heroes and their descendants…

Book recommended in the November-December Issue of VFW Magazine

The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae: A Story of Heroism and Hope at 17,000 Feet is recommended in the Book Corner Section of the November-December Issue 2017 of  VFW Magazine

“It is an honor and I know my Dad and the other ten crewman that gave everything that had under impossible odds to fight for each other and trade their lives so that their buddies could live, would appreciate the recognition.” Wayne F. Perkins Author/Narrator/Producer

The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae: A Story of Heroism and Hope at 17,000 Feet

“Never underestimate the power of hope.”–Lt. Benjamin I. Weiss, Navigator, Daisy Mae, on July 24, 1943 in the air battle over Wake Island.

Story 14: Camp Grant Near Rockford, Illinois 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War 2 by Wayne Perkins

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Listen to the author, Wayne Perkins read every word of the book in the way the book was intended to be read!

Order today at: http://tinyurl.com/y7hthh7y

This is the true story of the actions and bravery of 11 heroes flying the B-24 Bomber, The Daisy Mae in the Central Pacific and South Pacific during World War II in the Pacific.

Story 10: Thanksgiving Weekend 1942 from 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II

Thanksgiving Weekend 1942 from 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II

After Molly had such a terrible Tuesday, she now looks forward to the Thanksgiving Weekend away from the Consolidated B-24 Plant in San Diego and spending the time with her family at Balboa Park.

 
Listen to the author, Wayne Perkins read every word of the book in the way the book was intended to be read!

Order today at: http://tinyurl.com/y7hthh7y

This is the true story of the actions and bravery of 11 heroes flying the B-24 Bomber, The Daisy Mae in the Central Pacific and South Pacific during World War II in the Pacific.

 

Story 9 Terror on Tuesday: 1001 Bed time Stories of World War 2

Welcome to Story 9: Terror on Tuesday from 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II by Wayne Perkins. This story is taken from my book, The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae: A Story of Heroism and Hope at 17,000 Feet.

 

Now you can listen to the Last Flight of the Daisy Mae in Audio-book format Narrated by the Author Wayne Perkins

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Listen to the author, Wayne Perkins read every word of the book in the way the book was intended to be read!

Order today at: http://tinyurl.com/y7hthh7y

This is the true story of the actions and bravery of 11 heroes flying the B-24 Bomber, The Daisy Mae in the Central Pacific and South Pacific during World War II in the Pacific.

 

Molly’s Work Day at the B-24 Plant in World War II

Molly Alphabet is joined by many female workers from a variety of backgrounds, building massive B-24 and PB4Y Bombers during World War II. This is the 7th Story of 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II by Wayne Perkins the author of The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae.

Take the crew to the beach today

Take the Boys to the Beach today.  Read the Kindle version on your smartphone for free for the Fourth of July Weekend.  Follow the 11 man crew as they bravely fought in their B-24 bomber in July of  1943 on the Beach at Midway. Read the Last Flight of the Daisy Mae   free this weekend only on Kindle.

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