The Long Way Home by Ed Dover
Read about this incredible story of a Pan Am crew that became stranded in the Pacific as the United States entered World War II and their harrowing journey home, the long way.
The story of how a Pan American Airways B-314 flying boat, caught in the South Pacific, made an unplanned flight around the world following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Flying in total secrecy and radio blackout, Captain Ford and his 10 man crew flew over 31,500 miles in six weeks, avoiding enemy action in their effort to return safely to the United States. An astounding feat in 1941! - Amazon.com
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