Author Nancy Allison Wright
A daughter’s memory of her father’s aviation career. Ernie “Allie” Allison learned to fly in WW1, flew the first U.S. transcontinental with the U. S. Air Mail Service and helped open China to commercial aviation. He worked for Chiang Kai-shek before and during the Japanese invasion and was Boeing’s chief test pilot for the B-29. A historically significant man, this is a fascinating story for anyone who is interested in aviation history.