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100 Missions North: A Fighter Pilot's Story of the Vietnam War

by Kenneth H. Bell, Kenneth H. Bell

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It is - and always will be - impossible for me to really understand how it was to got on a mission to Hanoi and route package VI A. So all I can relate to is how these pilots stories are presented. And Mr. Bells account on his 100 missions against North Vietnam do not get the same grip on me as e.g. Ed Rasimus and Jack Broughton. (For various reasons) But it still amazes me that pilots went in there at all. But it must be a tribute to the discipline and strong sense of duty an honor held by the pilots of the USAF. ( )
  JesperCFS2 | Mar 13, 2017 |
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