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Sabiiro . Sakai
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and, Fred Saito
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1. World War II, 1939-194ori Fiction. 2. Japan—History-
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• THE GRIPPINa WORLD WAR II SAGA OF THIE
RISE AND FAIL OF THE JAPANESE NAVAL AIR FORCE
THROUGH 111E CAREBI OF ONE OF ITS BEST REHR ACES
Written by Martin Cafdin from Saburo Sakai's own memoirs
and journalist Fred Saito's extensive interviews with the
fighter pilot, Samurai! vividly documents the chivalry and
' valor of Saburo Sakai, the combat aviator who timd after
time fought American fighter pilots and, with 64 kills,
would survive the war as Japan's greatest living ace.
Here are the harro*ing 'experiences of one of Japan's
greatest aces: frbm fighter pilot school—where the harsh,
training expelled oVer half of his class—to the thrilling
early Japanese victories; from his incredible six hundred
mile fight for life from Guadalcanal to his base in Rabaul,
to the poignant story of the now-handicapped veteran's
return to the air during the final desperate months of
World War II.
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The characters in this book are not modeled on anyone who actually exists. Rather, they are combinations of various
people I've known and the product of my own somewhat bizarre imagination. With very few exceptions, any resemblance
to actual people or events is unintentional and coincidental. All errors, technical and otherwise, are my own.
For the late Dr. Leonard N. Ozeroff
I wish to give my sincerest thanks to the following people:
To my wife Cyndtand my children Sarah, Rebecca, Leah, Jordan, Barry Jr., and Andrew:---i'm sorry for the
unrecoverable lost time, I really am. You deserved more from me. To my mother Sheila Ozeroff (whom I have placed on a
pedestal so high I can no longer see her), thank you for your unending enthusiasm and support, which actually kept me
going when I gave thought to throwing in the towel. To my brother and fellow author Mark Ozeroff, thanks for all your
invaluable input, editorial suggestions, and other help.
To my other brother, Captain David F. Ozeroff, USN:
You were manning your post all the while, and I salute you.
To Randy Bulger—teacher, mentor, physician, Inspiration, critic, and, above all, friend, Also, my provider of good
diversions, good music, and good fellowship.
To my publishing team—my agent John Talbot, my publisher Roger Cooper, my editor Anne Greenberg, and my
webmaster, Bill Parker. You da bomb.
And to the many others along the way, each of whom has been uniquely helpful, though you are too numerous to list,
I send you my sincerest thanks. I hope to pay it forward.
This book is dedicated to America's domestic
warriors; men and women who, though they wear
different uniforms and patches, are all still part of the same army. These are the heroes who run toward the sound of gunfire; the
officers, deputies, and troopers who man our country's internal front lines against an ever growing tide of homegrown evil. Every
day they push a sled around the worst areas of town, going head to head with and taking crap they don't need from people everyone
else is afraid of. Too often they must see and do things that should be asked of no human, and only occasionally do they get to do
things that make it all seem worthwhile. How is it that I always hear them say, "Can you believe they actually pay us to do this?"
You stay safe out there, all of you.
Red and blue stroboscopic lightning cut through the venetian blinds and ricocheted off the frightened faces surrounding
me. Sticking to the shadows with my back to the wall, I crept to the window and peeked between the slats.
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