is a true American hero. We write about this terrific man in our next book, Angels on the Battlefield. Shot down three times, while flying B17s over the combat zones of Europe, Leo escaped all three times.
The ability to speak “passable French”, along with English, helped him as he ran for his life, over days, to find friendly territory.
“On one occasion, German boots came within six feet or so of my outstretched hand”, Leo shares in the book. Leo flew thirty-six missions over active combat zones.
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Above: American hero, Leo LeCasse