[United States of America] : Nancy Allison Wright, , c2011.
Book — 311 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm. + 1 DVD film
"A daughter's memory of her father's aviation career, Ernie "Allie" Allison learning to fly in WWI with the U.S. Air Corps, flying the first U.S. transcontinental with the U.S. Air Mail Service, opening China in 1929 as chief pilot and operations manager for China National Aviation Corporation, working for Chiang Kai-shek before and during the Japanese invasion, returning to the U.S. as Boeing's chief test pilot for the B-29, back to China in 1947 as C.N.A.C. operations manager, Vice-President elect, until 1949 when Mao Tse-tung declared the Peoples Republic"--p. 4 of cover.