by Kent Hugus
Sam learned to fly in 1913, shot down seven Germans in WW-I. Come peacetime, he flew odd intelligence jobs for the State Dept. Volunteering for WW-II, he flew missions into occupied France, landing in farmer's fields by the light of the moon to deliver spies and explosives. Along the way, he stole an ME-262, kidnapped a German general and found romance with a lady partisan he later married.