Barden Leonard, Hartston William, Keene Raymond – The King’s Indian Defence, 1973…

Barden Leonard,  Hartston William, Keene Raymond - The King's Indian Defence, 1973...

Barden Leonard, Hartston William, Keene Raymond – The King’s Indian Defence, 1973-X, Batsford, 344p
pdf | 12.55 MB | English | Isbn:B07ZPFBVZN |
Author: Colonel Matt Jackson | PAge: 344 | Year: 2019


.American troops are in contact.
The UH-1H helicopter swoops in to bail them out.
.Tracer fire everywhere, the windshield shatters, the door gunners returning fire.
Will Colonel Cory’s helicopter be able to rescue the pinned down soldiers?
Undaunted Valor is the first hand account of helicopter pilot, Colonel Dan Cory as he flies combat missions in the jungles of Vietnams. From dodging enemy ground fire and RPGs, to constant mortar and rocket attacks on his base, Colonel Cory stared down the enemy to bring his fellow soldiers’ home.
Join Colonel Cory as he recounts some of the most intense helicopter and ground combat of the Vietnam war from the eyes of a man who spent two combat tours there. From being shot down by enemy fire, to leading his air crew to repel an enemy assault, Colonel Cory’s firsthand accounts of the Vietnam War are awe inspiring. Awarded the Silver Star, and two Bronze Stars for Valor, Cory’s hair-raising accounts of what it was like to fly over the Jungles of Vietnam will make you feel as if you are right there with him.
Grab your copy of this gripping, true-life story of an American war hero today!!

Praise for Undaunted Valor – “If you ever wanted to know what it’s like to fly a helicopter in combat or what goes through the minds of those who do, you have to read this book. Incredible story of an American Hero!” – Author James Rosone of the Red Storm Series

Category:Aviation, Vietnam War History, Aviation

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