MEN AT WAR: We've Got Faith

In civilian life, Lieut. Colonel Holly Anderson of Lewiston, Idaho was an automotive parts salesman. In World War II he managed to get into the Air Force, although he was over age, picked up the nickname, "Have Faith," because, with a salesman's cheerfulness, he often told his crews that faith would get them home.

Now, at 36, "Have Faith" Anderson commands a squadron of the 98th Bomb Group in Korea. His lumbering Super-forts, like their pilots, are almost all veterans of another war. One day last week, Anderson led four Japan-based B-29s toward the rail bridges at Kwaksan. Before...

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