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This was an easy and enjoyable read and I recommend for everyone.
The author is listed has having written several books on military history, but makes some very basic mistakes with incorrectly naming well known personalities.
Indeed, you could read this book one randomly selected page at a time, rather than from start to finish, that is how lacking in overall structure it is.
Wow! Who knew this stuff? After his VP run with George Wallace, I thought Lemay was just another nut. Turns out our nation owes him an enormous debt of gratitude. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Temple Porter
A frightening look at one of America's most important and unhinged generals.Published 2 months ago by Honest person
As an career Ex SAC Command Post Controller serving in in two Bomb Wings and two Numbered SAC Air Force Headquarters (8th and 2nd), I found a lot (LOT) to remember about. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Snow A Shelton
Authors that don't know the difference between "breeches" and "breaches" need editors. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Eric
Very good read as there is so little written history of gen Kenya and sac. More repetition than I would have liked but good nonetheless. Read morePublished 3 months ago by porkrind276