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Ace: The Story of Lt. Col. Ace Cozzalio Paperback – April 8, 2015
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About the Author
Rex Gooch writes from his personal military experience as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot who served in Vietnam flying Hueys with C Troop, 3rd of the 17th Air Cavalry. In addition to his recently published book, titled Ace, his articles, published in Flight Journal magazine and the VHPA Aviator magazine, blend his first-hand knowledge and comprehension of the Vietnam War with information obtained from interviews with U.S. Army pilots, crewmembers and other military personnel.
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On the downside it needed a better editor. There are many redundant paragraphs about flight details such as "he now moved the cyclic and adjusted the colecective" and details about radio communications which interrupeted the flow of the the story.
Book states that he was married but does not mention if he was still married at the end of his life or if he had children.
There were too few stories about his interesting exploits for my taste in combat books.
I much prefer "Low Level Hell" as a more exiting book with more stories of helicopter combat.
It is still haunting me several days after reading it.The only other one to do that was "The old man and the sea"
I always found a biography to be a dull thing, at best a good read with a bunch of dull spots.Not so with this
book. It was actually thrilling to read. Not just once in a while, every page.