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Cadillac Flight
Cadillac Flight
by Marshall Harrison
Edition: Mass Market Paperback
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gripping, Moving, Can't put it Down, March 28, 2002
Once you start this book, it will be hard to do anything else until you finish. Gripping, moving account of the Thud airstrikes over NVN. Newbies to the Vietnam war will feel admiration for the pilots, and anger toward the war leadership that put politics over lives.
Although Harrison develops his charactors carefully, the reader is pulled rapidly through the unfolding story with its tragedies and triumphs and - surprises.
If you can find the book, get it. But make sure you have a clear couple of days to get through it.

A Lonely Kind of War: Forward Air Controller, Vietnam
A Lonely Kind of War: Forward Air Controller, Vietnam
by Marshall Harrison
Edition: Paperback
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very good read., March 28, 2002
This is the second Harrison book I've read. Because the first is so good (Cadillac Flight), I bought this one and wasn't disapointed.
Well written and very believable, the reader feasts the FAC view of the war. I suspect most Vietnam readers know about FACs from other documentaries, as they always seem to be present in battle. This book satisfies the who were they, what did they do questions, in a big way.
The FAC pilots were warriors in every sense of the word.

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