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Richard H. May

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Commander Richard H. May, USN (ret.) is a World War II Ace and test pilot.  According to A History of U.S. Naval Carrier Aviation, on Commander Richard H. May’s World War II combat, “In air-to-air flights shot down six enemy planes confirmed, the seventh enemy plane shot down was confirmed and given to wingman.  Five probables and one damaged confirmed.”  Commander Richard H. May is the author of Hell Above.

Hell Above
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The MOAA said of Hell Above, “Join Navy fighter ace and test pilot in his Hellcat cockpit as he and seven other Hellcats attack 44 Japanese fighters – and more. This book offers the reader deadly combat in aerial gunnery, dive bombing, and strafing, several thrilling test flights, and many other exciting flights.”

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