Engineer - Navigator - Lawyer (Paperback)
These are the recollections of a boy born in a small town in Kansas and his life on a farm while attending a one-room school house during the Second World War. They include an account of his studies for a degree in physics at the University of Kansas followed by a description of his years in the Air Force in Japan, flying as a navigator doing in-flight refueling of F-1 00s, F-101's and B-66s over the Pacific. The recollections continue with an account of his 58 years of practice as a tax lawyer and matrimonial lawyer with several small and large firms in New York City. The book concludes with a description of the basics of aerial navigation.