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This is a very good book and I highly recommend it for reading by both men and women alike.
I was captivated by this true story of a British Apache helicopter pilot's career and experiences flying missions in Afghanistan in 2006.
And the book is well written, interesting, with the right amount of detail and moves at a good pace.
very long and detailed about the daily going of an Apache Pilot. It has a lot of subtle and hidden humor, i recommend the book even if you don't like helicopters.Published 21 days ago by DonLduk
The most difficult combat aircraft in the world - and its usage - explained in pain (and British!) English. Many details, no nonsense.Published 2 months ago by Gernsback
A terrific combat memoir by a Brit chopper pilot in Afghanistan. The details on the Apache and flying it are fascinating, but the combat scenes are riveting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert A. Hall
Excelent read! Just couldn't put it down in some moments and kept reading through the night. It is one of the very few books of the kind that gripped me that hard. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Krzysztof Goscinski
Do not start reading this book until you are sure you can read all the way through. You will not be able to put it down.Published 4 months ago by holden77
I literally could not put this book down. Ed has a way of putting you in his shoes and you feel everything he is going through as an Apache pilot. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lyndon Mason
One of the most griping stories I have had the pleasure to read. Detailed and so well written that I actually felt part of the experience. Excellent.Published 5 months ago by Glenn Pretorius
Very interesting first person account of their Apache experience. Enjoyed it and I recommend to anyone with interest in this categoryPublished 6 months ago by Patrick
An amazing read that captures the highs and lows of service personnel from a unique standpoint. I didn't put this book down once I started.Published 6 months ago by Simon Heery