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Apollo's Warriors

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Apollo's Warriors
The author relates the exploits of the US Air Force’s unconventional warriors who flew and fought for over a quarter of a century in a shadowy war that was out of the public eye. He uses interviews and recently declassified sources to describe the bravery and resourcefulness of these warriors in 26 chapters, or stories, arranged in three sections: (1) Korea, (2) Covert War, and (3) the Second Indochina War. To add to the attractiveness of this publication are over 200 color and black-and-white photographs depicting people and activities involved in this little-known aspect of the cold war. [Michael E. Haas / 1997 / 369 pages / ISBN: 1-58566-035-3 / AU Press Code: B-37]

The author relates the exploits of the US Air Force’s unconventional warriors who flew and fought for over a quarter of a century in a shadowy war that was out of the public eye. He uses interviews and recently declassified sources to describe the bravery and resourcefulness of these warriors in 26 chapters, or stories, arranged in three sections: (1) Korea, (2) Covert War, and (3) the Second Indochina War. To add to the attractiveness of this publication are over 200 color and black-and-white photographs depicting people and activities involved in this little-known aspect of the cold war. [Michael E. Haas / 1997 / 369 pages / ISBN: 1-58566-035-3 / AU Press Code: B-37]

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