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Download Wen Bon A Naval Air Intelligence Officer Behind Japanese Lines in China Ebook ´ War & the Southwest Series ✓ Byron r. winborn Ö Winborn was a Naval lieutenant attached to the 14th Army Air Force to serve as a Techni“the pen is mightier than the sword” A small neat stone “chop” or stamp with “Wen bon” and characters for “his chop” carved in it served as Winborn’s legal signature anywhere in ChinaAt the end of World War II Winborn was ordered to Shanghai where he and other junior officers steeped in the unconventional ways of southeastern China contributed their “can do” talents to the Naval Air Priorities Office