Very human overview of ops and you can imagine how difficult it must have been to lose friends even in training the pilot cannot let his or her concentration dropPublished 2 months ago by archer
Excellent book. Enjoyed all of it. Book was poorly edited though. Suspect the printed version was fine but the soft copy wasn't screened well.Published 3 months ago by JWB
This books tells you the history behind the Warthogs beginnings and also tells you of some of the combat that its seen as well as how impressed the pilots that fly it are. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Steve Shaw
The A-10 warthog has been my favorite modern military plane for a long time . When I came across this book on Amazon, I immediatley put it in my wish list. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ED209
I really enjoy reading this book it does really well putting you in the cockpit with the pilots like when they had to cross the pond in that thunder storm and them not knowing when... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Shane Allen
I liked the book. The aircraft proved out in combat and was adaptable. The pilots and support people were adaptable in the tradition of the American fighting man and woman. Read morePublished 7 months ago by William C.
If your passion towards the airframe leads you to this writing...
...the only thing I can guarantee is that you will devour it in one breathless bite! Read more
Despite the matter-of-fact technical nature of this book I found it very readable. The characters were introduced and woven into the narrative which gave a very human glimpse of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Orang Putih
When most people think of the warplanes we defeated Saddam with in '91, the first types that come to mind are often F-16s, "stealth" fighters, or F-15 Eagles. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robert K. Vincent