Book from first person Perspective I'm going to have to go with "Half a Wing, Three Engines, and a Prayer" by Brian O'Neill. Gives great insight to missions over Germany through first person tales that can be as short as 3 pages or as long as 45 pages. Has some great pictures too that I've never seen before. its a compilation of stories that follows a timeline put together by Brian O'Neill Also, "Bluenoser Tales" by Robert H Powell, Sam Sox Jr., and Marc Hamel. First hand accounts that follow the 352nd FG "Blue Nosed Bastards of Bodney" through their growth together as a unit and their air to air stories while flying missions over Germany. The book cost nearly $150 dollars but I got into contact with Robert Powell (Pilot from the 352nd FG) via email and I believe I paid 40 bucks for it and he also signed it to me. I can post a few scans here later...book has hundreds of never before seen photos from the 352nd FG and gives some great stories. What're yours?