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Back From 44
Back From 44 – The Sacrifice and Courage of a Few is about one man’s experience of being in the B-26 Marauder during World War II.
Brothers of the 1st (Coming Soon)
This is the story of two brothers who served separately in the 1st Marine Division, one during World War II on Guadalcanal and the other in the Outpost War phase in the last year of the Korean War.
Nick Cressy retired from the US Army as a full Colonel in December 2012 and enjoys World War II history, biking, and traveling locally (in Colorado) to enjoy the scenery and culture.
Back from 44
the Sacrifice and Courage of a FewA Story of Heroism in the Skies over Western Europe by Nick Cressy (March 20, 2019)
Back From 44 – The Sacrifice and Courage of a Few is about one man’s experience of being in the B-26 Marauder during World War II. It also welcomes the readers into the many significant events of his life — enlisting in the army, saying goodbye to his new wife, being sent on deadly missions across Europe, and the pain of losing his closest friends. It recounts Nick Bentas’ time in the U.S. Army Air Force from basic training, to encountering enemy flak, to his final mission.FIND OUT MORE
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