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Individual stories provide interest and they are tied to photographs.
Being an Osprey book that's constructed well, Mr. Davies packs a lot of information in each chapter on system performance, crew training, doctrine, and operations.
This excellent volume is also complemented by numerous photos, many in color, and cutaway diagrams.
Great Book. I was an airman at Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Aug. 1972 to Aug. 1973.
My field was Air Frame Repair. Read more
This book is typical of the Osprey series. It is well illustrated with photos and art work, it is jam packed with comparative data, and very informative. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Motown
A superb book, both sides are cover, the great irony is than the number of "Kills" for the SAMs and Weasels was low, but the two sides used them to degraded the enemy pefomence,... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Alejandro Casalegno
Good, accurate information here, but I was a little disappointed in that I was expecting more of a behind-the-scenes "story-line" and less of just fact-reporting.Published 16 months ago by Lawrence
I was there during the 68 -70 time frame and this book is the best I've read that accurately describes the Weasel world. Read morePublished 21 months ago by William Hansen
I completed 100 missions as a Weasel pilot in 1967 and was in the 561st TFS which deployed from McConnell AFB in 1972 . Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by Benjamin Fuller
Having worked on the F-105D and F-105F Wild Weasel prototype, as well as participating in Integrating the HARM missile on the F-4G, I find this book explains a lot that I didn't... Read morePublished on December 19, 2012 by Larry B