‘AMERICAN COMBAT PILOT’ AUTOGRAPH CATALOG
“The great British fighter ace Johnnie Johnson wrote: ‘There were many outstanding American fighter pilots… the Navy and Marine pilots that fought the Pacific battles were among the bravest and most determined of WWII’. Although my WWII air combat experience was in the European Theater, I endorse that view”
Brigadier General Robin Olds, March, 1984
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Gerald Brown DSM, DFC (USAAF)
Major Gerald Brown was first assigned to the 55th Fighter Group, 38th Fighter Squadron in England in September 1943. He scored his first victory in January 1944 near Venlo, Holland. He was promoted to Captain in March and became an ace in April, downing a Fw-190 and a He-111 over Munster.More Info
JAMES GOODSON USAAF, DSC, SS, DFC
Flew Hurricanes and Spitfires with the RAF, then reformedMore Info
and commanded 133 Squadron, American Eagles. Later transferred
to the USAAF’s 4th Fighter Group flying T
hunderbolts and Mustangs. A top ETO ace.
ROBIN OLDS USAAF, AFC, SS, DFC, DFC (UK)
Described by AVM Johnnie Johnson as “one of the greatest fighterMore Info
pilots of his generation”, Robin Olds was a double Ace in WWII, and
later destroyed two MiG 21s and two MiG 17s over North Vietnam
where his air fighting and leadership skills became etched into combat aviation folk lore.