Series: Black Eagles

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Hanoi Hellground by John Lansing01
Mekong Massacre (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing02
Nightmare in Laos (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing03
Pungi Patrol (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing04
Saigon Slaughter (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing05
Ak-47 Firefight (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing06
Beyond the Dmz (Black Eagles, No 7) by J. Lansing07
Boocoo Death (Black Eagles No 8) by John Lansing08
Bad Scene at Bong Son (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing09
Black Eagles #10: Cambodia Kill-Zone by J. Lansing10
Duel on the Song Cai by J. Lansing11
Lord of Laos (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing12
Encore at Dien Bien Phu by J. Lansing13
Firestorm at Dong Nam by J. Lansing14
Ho's Hellhounds by J. Lansing15
Black Eagles #16: Monsoon Hell Hole by J. Lansing16
Mau Len Death Zone (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing17
Durong Warriors (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing18
Hoa Tien Killers (Black Eagles) by J. Lansing19
Black Eagles #20: Bo-Binh Commandos by John Lansing20
Nguy-Hiem War Zone by J. Lansing21

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