Recon Airplane Company

Recon Airplane Company

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A young boy is found abandoned in the deep jungle of South Vietnam by an American Patrol. He is taken back to the soldiers' base and eventually moves to an old French-operated orphanage. U.S. Army Captain and Pilot Steve Armanski falls in love with the boy and wants to take him back home to the U.S. Many obstacles stand in the way, including the fact that there is no legal way to do it. Hence a plan is born. But the plan fails and in a last-ditch effort, a way is found to get the boy to the states. Along the way, the story of the day-to-day missions of a group of Bird Dog (O-1) pilots is told. This novel takes place in 1968 and tells of the softer side of the Vietnam War. It also shows that the whole story has yet to be told. Recon Airplane Company: III Corps, Vietnam portrays a U.S. soldier as not a mean-spirited warrior, but as a compassionate human being who wanted to help. Saving the young boy becomes his obsession. T. Van Ewell was an Army pilot serving in Vietnam, and later worked for the Pentagon and White House. He is currently a Challenger jet pilot flying contract flights. qMy latest gig took me in and out of Mogadishu, Somalia, where I had a close encounter with a couple of predator drones.q He also works as a Realtor, has owned a number of businesses, and is currently working on a fundraising business in Modesto, California. Publisher's website: http: // readying the Boeing 707 for the long flight to Travis Air Force Base. It was another contract flight by Flying Tigers. ... cockpit of the Bird Dog parked on the ramp adjacent to the 707. The catering truck scissor-lift hoisted the rear body of its truck.

Title:Recon Airplane Company
Author: T. Van Ewell
Publisher:Strategic Book Publishing - 2013-05

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