SOLE survivor of a commando suicide mission against the Chingers, Bill is rescued by General Weissearse and is assigned a new role as "God's own tailgunner" aboard the Heavenly Peace, a space spider shaped spaceship, in Bill, the Galactic Hero ... The Final Incoherent Adventure by Harry Harrison and David Harris. At his tailgunner post Bill spends all his time seemingly playing a combat computer game, although his joystick japers have some quite devastating results on the planet of Eyerack below, a planet rebelling against the Empire. As so often happens in these stories, Bill survives when his ship is shot down, but is soon captured by the Eyerackians (ouch!) who, having not previously taken any prisoners of war, treat Bill as something of a celebrity. Bill assures his captors (Sid, Sam, etc) - who have very little experience with war - that the proper treatment of prisoners involves luxury hotels with well stocked bars, maid service, room service, real food, etc. As a celebrity POW, Bill is taken out on tour signing autographs and opening supermarkets, etc, but when he visits the neutron mines things start to go awry. Bill faces a dilemma: where do his loyalties lie? With the Empire Space Corps or with the Rebel Eyerackians? How can he choose between them? And what of Bgr the Chinger who has been most conspicuous by his absence during these proceedings? Despite its title, this story is probably the most coherent in this series of books and, like the original Bill, the Galactic Hero, it depicts the futility, horror and obscenity of war effectively through the use of comedy and satire.