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Brux and Beyond By Donald H. Jones
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Stopping TMJ Pain By V. T.
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Are you suffering from TMJ, Bruxing or Tooth Grinding that cause great pain to you? Well, you are not alone. Many people are suffering from TMJ, and it is disturbing enough to make them lose sleep... More > and stress. This is no laughing matter. This ebook compiles tons of tips from REAL TMJ sufferers who has recovered successfully from different methods. Some are natural, home remedies or some jaw support that will ease the pain. If you are suffering from TMJ, you need help. Get this ebook and see how it'll change your life forever!< Less
Daily Log of a World War II B-24 Pilot By Robert E. Harrison
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Saturday, December 16,1944 Mission #5 Brux, Czechoslovakia They woke us up in plenty of time for briefing at 0540 on two missions. We've started for Brux three or four times - but we... More > finally hit it today. Formation was rough, and we had a couple of hot running engines an hour or so before target time. One of the tubos acted up. There was plenty of flak at the target. If we had ever gone through that cloud of fire they put up, we'd never had made it. As it was, we didn't get hit at all. There were supposed to be fighters in the area but we didn't see any. The whole trip took nine hours. After supper - we took in a short G.I. show. C.T. 26:40 (9:00) (C.T> is crew time). This book is the daily diary of 2nd Lt. Robert E. Harrison, recounting hours of daytime boredom on the base mingled with moments of tension and screaming battles in the air as he flew a B-24. If you are interested in World War II in the air. this book is the real deal.< Less
Daily Log of a World War II B-24 Pilot By Robert E. Harrison
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Saturday, December 16,1944 Mission #5 Brux, Czechoslovakia They woke us up in plenty of time for briefing at 0540 on two missions. We've started for Brux three or four times - but we... More > finally hit it today. Formation was rough, and we had a couple of hot running engines an hour or so before target time. One of the tubos acted up. There was plenty of flak at the target. If we had ever gone through that cloud of fire they put up, we'd never had made it. As it was, we didn't get hit at all. There were supposed to be fighters in the area but we didn't see any. The whole trip took nine hours. After supper - we took in a short G.I. show. C.T. 26:40 (9:00) (C.T> is crew time). This book is the daily diary of 2nd Lt. Robert E. Harrison, recounting hours of daytime boredom on the base mingled with moments of tension and screaming battles in the air as he flew a B-24. If you are interested in World War II in the air. this book is the real deal.< Less