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In 1941, before America entered World War II, determined young LeRoy Gover signed on with Britain's Royal Air Force to fly the plane of his dreams, the fast, sleek Spitfire. When America joined the fight, he transitioned to the powerful P-47 Thunderbolt. Former USAF pilot and aviation historian Philip D.
Brig. Gen. Philip D. Caine, Usaf (Ret.), has more than 4,500 hours of flight time, taught military history at the U.S. Air Force Academy, and is the author of American Pilots in the RAF (Brassey's, Inc., 1993) and Aircraft Down! Evading Capture in WWII Europe (Brassey's, Inc., 1997). He lives in Monument, Colorado.