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Rollin C. Reineck

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Colonel Rollin C. Reineck, USAF (ret.) “grew up in Van Nuys, California. He attended the University of California at Santa Barbara before joining the Army Air Corp at the age of twenty-one in early 1942. He aspired to become the Chief Navigator of the B29 fleet stationed on Saipan in 1944, was an adviser to the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and flew the last raids over Tokyo just prior to VJ Day. He was a career military man who retired as a USAF Colonel.” Colonel Rollin C. Reineck is the author of Amelia Earhart Survived.


The MOAA said of Amelia Earhart Survived, “This monumental research achievement is a quantum leap forward in solving one of the great mysteries of the 20th century and brings to light new factual material upon which researchers can now make sound judgments about a very courageous lady flyer of the 20th century.”

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