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Fate is the Hunter Characters & Character Analysis

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Gay, Lippincott, Sisto, Watkins, Mood, McGuire, Owen, Charleton, and Carter

Ernest Gann, the author, attends flight school with nine other students—Gay, Lippincott, Sisto, Watkins, Mood, McGuire, Owen, Charleton, and Carter. All ten men graduate and go on to become co-pilots, most eventually become pilots. Chapter 1 offers very brief physical descriptions of some of the men. In general, however, they are all anonymous students, previously generally self-taught small-craft pilots, with whom Gann spends several weeks learning how to fly a commercial airliner. Later chapters occasionally note events in the lives of some of the men. For example, Mood is assigned as a pilot in area AM-21 during the opening stages of World War II. Lippincott, Gay, and Owen all fly for the military transport service in the Alaska area during World War II; Charleton is killed when his C-87 crashes, Gay and Watkins are killed sometime later...

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