Writing under the pen name, Cougar Warrior Winslow, the author was called to duty from Southwestern College in February 1943 after refusing deferment as a Conscientious Objector. In April, 1945, he joined a ten man bomber crew island hopping across the Pacific to join the 13th. Air Force. This journey initiated a chain-reaction of adventures. Torture and death by beheading was a standing vendetta to any member of the hated Thirteenth Air Force. Follow the author and his bomber crew into air and ground warfare as they become locked into a struggle for survival. A great love story precedes this tale of survival and narrow escapes, climaxing on the Flying Dutchman Ranch outside Cheyenne, Wyoming in the fall of 1946.