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A harrowing personal account of the extraordinary dangerous missions the author and his comrades flew over North Vietnam in 1966-1967. At that time, American airmen were faced with unprecedented defenses and the highest pilot loss rate (exceeding 25%) since the early days of the US strategic bombing of Europe during World War II. This thrilling book tells what it was like to muster the courage to climb into the cockpit day after day as you watched your comrades fall one by one.and how the pilots fought back.…mehr

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A harrowing personal account of the extraordinary dangerous missions the author and his comrades flew over North Vietnam in 1966-1967. At that time, American airmen were faced with unprecedented defenses and the highest pilot loss rate (exceeding 25%) since the early days of the US strategic bombing of Europe during World War II. This thrilling book tells what it was like to muster the courage to climb into the cockpit day after day as you watched your comrades fall one by one.and how the pilots fought back.

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  • Verlag: Turner Publishing Company
  • Seitenzahl: 288
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. Dezember 2000
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781618587091
  • Artikelnr.: 50097858
Autorenporträt
While a member of the USAF space program, Ken Bell volunteered to fly F-105s in Vietnam. He won two Silver Stars and three Distinguished Flying Crosses, one of which he earned as leader of the first strike on the Kep airfield. He retired from the Air Force in 1984 as a brigadier general and lives in Monument, Colorado.