This new book is the war diary of a Flying Tiger American Volunteer Group crew chief from the 3rd Pursuit Squadron.
Much of the Flying Tiger history is written from the pilots viewpoint.
These brave pilots deserve much praise, but those who fixed the aircraft and kept them flying also have a story to tell.
Though their story is perhaps not as flashy, it is quite interesting and very much in tune with the everyday spirit of that intense period before America entered the World War II.
This book contains Losonskys war diary, which is supplemented with interviews and dialogue, and includes over 200 unpublished photographs.
This format provides the reader with a multi-dimensional view of the period.
Flying Tiger will give aviation historians new insights into the days shortly before the Flying Tiger successes in late 1941.