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Hamfist Over Hanoi: Wolfpack on the Prowl (The Air Combat Adventures of Hamilton "Hamfist" Hancock Book 4) - G. E. Nolly
Hamfist Over Hanoi: Wolfpack on the Prowl (The Air Combat Adventures of Hamilton "Hamfist" Hancock Book 4)
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Combat Action In The Skies Over North Vietnam!Now with a Glossary of Terms! Air Force pilot Hamilton “Hamfist” Hancock thinks he has left the Vietnam War behind him, after completing a hazardous tour of duty as a Forward Air Controller (FAC) flying over the Ho Chi Minh Trail. He is based at... show more
Combat Action In The Skies Over North Vietnam!Now with a Glossary of Terms! Air Force pilot Hamilton “Hamfist” Hancock thinks he has left the Vietnam War behind him, after completing a hazardous tour of duty as a Forward Air Controller (FAC) flying over the Ho Chi Minh Trail. He is based at Yokota Air Base, in Japan, and becomes comfortable flying generals and other VIPs around Asia in his Sabreliner executive jet. He is adjusting to his new marriage, and aside from the stress of TDY assignments, life is placid. But the war returns with a vengeance when Hamfist suffers a personal loss at the hands of the North Vietnamese. Hamfist knows that the only way he can find inner peace is to go back for another combat tour, to try to bring the horrific war to a speedy end. And this time, he will fly a fighter, the top-of-the-line F-4 Phantom II. Hamfist checks out in the F-4 and arrives at his base in Thailand just in time for the start of Operation Linebacker, the bombing offensive over Hanoi. He soon finds himself flying over the most heavily defended area in the world, dodging Surface-to-Air Missiles (SAMs) and dueling with enemy aircraft, the vaunted MiG-series fighters. And along the way he has picked up two new goals: completing 100 missions over North Vietnam and defeating a MiG in aerial combat. Only time will tell if Hamfist will achieve his 100 missions, score a victory over a MiG and, most important, help end the war. ˃˃˃ REVIEW: "I recommend highly this trilogy to anyone who wishes to know all there is to know about the attitudes and daily activities of those who flew airplanes in the Vietnam War." - Vietnam Veterans of America Books in Review Scroll up and grab a copy today.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00AGVK0C6
Pages no: 422
Edition language: English
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4.0 "Hamfist Over Hanoi", by G.E. Nolly
Book #4 in The Air Combat Adventures of Hamilton “Hamfist” HancockThe narrative is a vast memoir of everything that happened to the author during his tours of duty as a U.S. Air force pilot in Vietnam. Taken from actual events Mr. Nolly tells his story in his own words and has enhanced it somewhat t...
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