Our Might Always: The 355th Fighter Group in World War II is an exhaustive history in day-by-day combat diary format with over 800 rare images of the 355th including fifty color profiles of P-47s and P-51s. The 355th was third in combined German aircraft destroyed during World War II, first in ground credits, and fifth in air-to-air victory credits within the 8th Air Force. The book is extensively researched with respect to Luftwaffe units engaged, the data tables are extremely detailed and extensive for aircraft, pilots, victory credits, pilot rosters, losses, aces scores and unit awards.
James Marshall holds both a Bachelors and Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas and currently resides in Texas. His hobbies include breeding Irish Wolfhounds, researching and writing aviation history, shooting sports and building gunstocks. He was president of the 355th Fighter Group Association from 2008 through 2012.