Walter J. Boyne 

Clash of Wings: World War II in the Air

Fairly detailed overview of the entire air war from the 1939 Blitzkrieg in Poland to the dropping of the atomic bombs on Japan.
Boyne is a retired USAF officer and former director of the U.S. Air and Space Museum, and he writes well. Actions of all major countries and services are described and analyzed, though US operations are covered in more detail. Two photo sections (32 pages).
- FlyingSinger

Phantom in Combat

Phantom in Combat tells the story of the F-4 in combat from the pilot and Weapon system operators' perspective. It contains blow by blow accounts of some of the more famous engagements between MiG's and Phantoms.
Randy Cunningham recounts a MiG kill.
F-4 Phantom upside down on a bed of foam.
Classic gun-camera shot of a MiG-15's final moments.
SAM site
... and SAM strike.
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