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Fate is the Hunter Chapter Summary & Analysis - Prologue "The Tip of the Arrow - an Undesired Rendezvous in the Night" Summary

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Prologue "The Tip of the Arrow - an Undesired Rendezvous in the Night" Summary and Analysis

Ernest K. Gann, the author of the autobiography, learned how to fly in the earliest days of aviation. He attended flight school and was trained as one of the first commercial pilots in the United States of America. He flew commercial routes in New England for a few years prior to World War II. Then, throughout the war, he flew as a civilian pilot for the Air Transport Command. After the war, he found the return to short flights in New England somewhat boring and joined a startup company flying between California and Honolulu. Although he enjoyed working for the company, it failed. He then worked for another company performing unscheduled long flights in the South Pacific...

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