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Warren Thompson has always been interested in military aviation history and while attending public schools, he read everything he could get his hands on regarding World War II. Once he graduated from college in 1961, this quest for material and pictures became a serious hobby. Over the past 45 years, he has accumulated an extensive archives on U.S. military aviation history spanning from the late 1930's through the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. However, his specialty has been the P-61 Black Widow in World War II and all aspects of the Korean Air War with the focus on the F-86 Sabre. This has led to him having numerous books and magazine articles published. He has concentrated on building a large collection of 35mm color slides and hundreds of interviews with air crew members that flew the combat missions. / David R. McLaren grew up in Springfield, Illinois listening to 'Hop Harrigan' and 'Captain Midnight' during afternoon radio programs while Air National Guard Mustangs overflew his home. Thusly inspired, he then became a control tower operator in the United States Air Force, and then an enroute air traffic controller for the Federal Aviation Administration. In the meantime, he raised three children and attended Waubonsee Community College and Aurora University. Post retirement McLaren has written several magazine articles and a dozen aviation history books, concentrating on the Army Air Force and the USAF during World War II and the Korean War era. Three of these books have been co-written with Marty Isham, and this one in collaboration with Warren Thompson.