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One of the best-kept secrets of World War II was The Carpetbagger Project. The American Army Eighth Air Force 801st/492nd Bomb Group, code name "Carpetbaggers", along with British RAF Special Forces, flew highly classified "Special Operations" to deliver arms, supplies and secret agents into enemy occupied Europe. Together with the American Office of Strategic Services and the British Special Operations Executive, The Carpetbagger Project equipped resistance groups from Norway to Yugoslavia. "Secret Heroes" - A Pictorial History of The Carpetbagger Project - commemorates the men and women during World War II code named "The Carpetbaggers". The book contains over 200 rare photographs of this secret WWII operation.
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Phil Swearngin holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Broadcasting and Film from the University of Central Missouri. For over twenty years, he has worked as a writer, producer, editor and director at radio and television stations in Missouri, Colorado, Alaska and California. He worked over twelve years with Fox Television Networks in Los Angeles as a Producer, Editor and Director of On-Air Sports Promotions. He lives in Missouri with his wife Melissa, granddaughter of Carpetbagger Jim Jackson, and son Jackson. Always remember the Secret Heroes in your life.
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