The poor pilot I mentioned above was Waldo H. Heinrichs of the 95th squadron. He later became a professor at Middlebury College in Vermont. He ended up being hit 10 times, 6 by explosive bullets. He was basically a walking hospital.
Additionally, the book has pictures of pilots and their aircraft, maps, statistical tables listing all of the U.S. aces, numbers by squadron/pursuit group, and all of the Chiefs of Staff of the Air Service. I also found the anecdotal information interesting. The politics of Hap Arnold and Billie Mitchell down to the combat stories of pilots like Field Kindley
are my favorite. It also discusses the evolution of tactics, the use of an independent bombing force and the results of both. I particularly liked one story from an officer who walked into a meeting of the generals where he was awed by the monstrous model that that simulated the entire battle field.
Anyway, I think I've said enough. If you don't want to read it by now, you won't want to if I add anything else.