General George C. Kenney – The Saga of Pappy Gunn

George Churchill Kenney (1889-1977) was a United States Army Air Force general during World War II. Kenney’s work narrates the remarkable life of Paul Irvin Pappy Gunn and his exploits during the Second World War. Gunn was an integral part of the war effort in the Pacific during WWII. Besides being a brilliant pilot, he was a formidable aviation engineer, a mechanical genius who could rebuild anything from an electric razor to an airplane engine or any of the planes hundreds of accessories. This book makes it clear why many admirals, generals, and soldiers considered Gunn as one of aviation’s great pioneers.
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Cameron Mitchell – Yes Is the Answer. What Is the Question?

Cameron Mitchells dish room to boardroom story began when he was 16-years-old and started working as a dishwasher at a local steakhouse in Columbus, Ohio. Two years later, when Mitchell was working as a line cook during a chaotic shift change, he had an epiphany. He realized he loved the restaurant business and set out to make it his lifelong career. He knew he wanted to be the president of a restaurant company, one day.
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