Airmen in Vietnam weren't above the hell of war-but they went beyond the call of duty. It was America's longest, most withering war, as hellish in the air as it was on the ground. But little has been told of the airmen who fought, who died, who lived and dared to remember...until now. Three dozen airmen tell their secret stories of the air war in Vietnam the only way it ought to be told: in their own words. In this brutally accurate picture of brave men fighting a tragic war-a portrait that touches upon every branch of the armed forces-aviation journalist Philip D. Chinnery finally honors the heroes who have been nearly forgotten.He asked for a lift back to Thakhek, the pilot agreeing, and I personally checked that the breech of his M1 carbine was clear. Once, when I ... and pulled the trigger . The look on his face when he discovered his error compensated for the repairs to.
|Author||:||Philip D. Chinnery|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2015-08-11|