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The Day I Owned the Sky

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Rich with frank anecdotes of a life dedicated to flying, General Scott's story is full of vitality and driving energy--just like the great fighter pilot who lived it. 16-page insert.
Hardcover, 238 pages
Published February 1st 1988 by Bantam
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God Is My Copilot was written in 1943 and much of the story was left out. This is the rest of the story plus all of his adventures after. Great story telling and great life lessons!
This is a delightful and inspiring memoir by former fighter pilot, Brig. Gen. Robert Lee Scott, Jr.

While the story serves in part as a continuation of General Scott's wartime biography, "God is My Co-pilot", it also chronicles his life-long enthusiasm for the travels of Marco Polo and his ambition to one day follow in Polo's footsteps along the entire distance of the old silk road and the Great Wall of China. It describes how, thanks to the effort of a high Pakistani official*, he received permi
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