Captain Norman Mickey Miller spent more than six thousand hours at the controls of airplanes. The Navy was his life. A legend began to grow up around him during his combat cruise in the Central Pacific as commanding officer of Bombing Squadron 109. Even to seasoned airmen his personal exploits were breathtaking, and under his leadership his squadron established the best record of destruction against enemy shipping and island bases of any land-based Navy search squadron in the Pacific. This is his story.