War: If You Have to Die . . .

The Chicago nightclub circuit of the 1930s knew Lou Reynolds as a handsome glib master of ceremonies who used to wow the customers with his own parody of My Blue Heaven. Lou Reynolds' real name was Louis Sebille, and that was the name he used during World War II when he flew 68 combat missions as a Marauder pilot, wound up with major's leaves and a chest full of medals.

After the war, Lou Sebille spent some time as a commercial airline pilot, finally decided to return to the Air Force as a career officer. He was again made a major and...

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