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Extremely readable, highly detailed, and fascinating. A great book for people who lived through the Cold War. LeMay is almost a side character to the H bomb in the book.Published 25 days ago by J. Young
Lot of military history here, but the advantage is that it is updated with the most recent released documents. Be prepared to gasp, but not like Command and Control. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Janet Smith
A lot more than a pretty face. Great story and would also make a great movie with all the characters she met .Published 2 months ago by Robert Molenda
This is an interesting and sometimes thought-provoking series of vignettes. But the author has a super-annoying habit of using the same structure over and over again: he develops a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Friedman Wagner-Dobler
Fascinating text that gives doubts about all military and politicians.Published 3 months ago by Allan Søndervang
Great book that provides a unique insight to early cold war operations that shaped Air Force thinking and methodologies. Very interesting details into the Castle Bravo test.Published 4 months ago by Raymond T. Badgett
Informative but the writing style left a lot to be desired. Ended rather abruptly. Given his name in the title I would have expected more focus on LeMay but he more or less... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jeffrey S. Morris
After spending 25 years working nuclear security in the USAF it brought a lot to light.Published 4 months ago by William Bicker
First, let it be said that I’m a ten year veteran of the Strategic Air Command. Both as an aviator, and a maintainer. And a twenty one year veteran of the USAF. Read morePublished 4 months ago by NoCensorship