Whether rescuing downed crews, flying fiery combat missions during the invasion of Cambodia, or being shot down himself, Cobra pilot Jerry Boyle saw war quickly turn from a scary game of bullets, rockets, and grenades to a terrifying race against death where just a split second could turn a scene of breathtaking beauty into one of sheer hell. A true story of courage and dedication by a real American hero.
The thrilling first-person account of a Cobra pilot’s life-and-death experiences in Vietnam’s legendary Apache Troop. Whether rescuing downed crews, flying fiery combat missions, or being shot down himself, Jerome Boyle saw war as a terrifying race against death . . . and learned real fast that there weren’t a lot of coming-home parties for Apache Troop’s Cobra pilots. Original. (Military History)
Publish Date : 1994-10-31