During World War II, flying B-24 Liberator bombers on missions deep into Burma, B-25 Mitchell bombers attacking Japanese lines of communications, and P-40 Warhawks, P-47 Thunderbolts, and P-51 Mustangs flying close support for General Joseph Stilwell’s Chinese and American forces in northern Burma, the Tenth Air Force worked closely with the squadrons of the Royal Air Force to push the Japanese out of Burma. The first comprehensive history of the Tenth Air Force and the Army Air
Forces, India-Burma sector, this book covers these operations in the
context of Allied strategic objectives for prosecuting the war in China
and Southeast Asia.
Edward Young has degrees in political science and history. During his career he has had assignments in New York, London, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. He has written extensively on World War II aviation and military history.