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The description of the take-off speed phases is amazing.
Really liked this book.
As a former A-10 pilot, I can attest to the authenticity of the anecdotes that LtCol O'Connor shares. Read morePublished 3 months ago by J. Preston
Way too much uninteresting stuff, boozing, politics and not enough about the F-117, about missions. Many times I was tempted to quit reading this book!!Published 8 months ago by David Chance
this was a great book. at times its a bit dry when he gets hung up on the training sorties as most of the " I flew , hit my two targets and landed" repetitiveness could... Read morePublished 9 months ago by william hayes
Solid memoir from a F-117 pilot who flew various missions over the Balkans. I am very intrigued by this cult aircraft (who in their right mind wouldn't want to fly one of these... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Erik Gilg
Thoroughly enjoyed it. Ltc O'Connor signed it for me at Oshkosh. Good both technically and personally. The skill required of these guys is impressive. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Peter C. Welch
This is a great book with tons of interesting personal insights into a unique piece of aviation and military history.Published 13 months ago by Albert Lee
...there are a lot better books about fighter pilots and aircraft out there and besides that this guy doesn't seem to have any ethical restrictions about dropping bombs to people. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kolokythis Prasinos
As a retired fighter pilot, I found this book to be extremely interesting and well written. He gets across the mechanical
linformation without out boggilng down in detaills.