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"Directly before him, proudly displayed in a front window, hung a small white banner with a red banner and a blue star at its center. Similar banners hung in windows all through the village, each one to honor a young man, or in a few cases a young woman, gone to war." Chapter 1, pg. 9

"Margaret was one of several hundred WACs assigned to the Far East Air Service Command, an essential if unglamorous supply, logistics, and maintenance outfit known as 'Fee-Ask.' Just as in civilian life, Margaret was a secretary." Chapter 2, pgs, 22-23

"The Gremlin Special was full. On board were twenty-four members of the U.S. military, most of them from the Fee-Ask maintenance division. Nine were officers, nine were WACs, and six were enlisted men." Chapter 4, pg. 44

"As they cruised toward the valley, Colonel Prossen made a fateful decision: he unbuckled his seat belt and walked...

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