Articles Related to Vietnam War helicopters

Looking for Flyboys by Tom Messenger

May 4, 2015

After saying he enlisted for three years in the Army, Tom Messenger takes only eighteen pages to reach Vietnam in Looking for Flyboys: One G.I.'s Journey: Vietnam 1970-1971 (Hellgate Press, 209 pp., $16.95 paper; $4.99,…

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Surprised at Being Alive by Robert F. Curtis

February 16, 2015

It takes Robert F. Curtis forty-two pages to get to Vietnam in his memoir,  Surprised at Being Alive: An Accidental Helicopter Pilot in Vietnam and Beyond (Casemate, 298 pp., $32.95 hardcover; $9.99 Kindle). But the…

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Vietnam War Helicopter Art, Volume II by John Brennan

September 17, 2014

John Brennan's Vietnam War Helicopter Art , Vol. II (Stackpole, 200 pp., $20.39, paper) is a masterpiece of photo-collecting artwork. Warning: If you don't already own Volume I, you'll rush to buy it as soon as…

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Freedom Is Your Destiny by Daniel T. Eismann

August 14, 2014

Physical warfare, spiritual warfare, and miraculously recovering from health challenges are the central issues in Freedom Is Your Destiny (Desert Sage Press, 318 pp., $14.99, paper) by VVA life member Daniel T. Eismann, a lawyer who…

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A Pink Mist by John A. Bercaw

February 17, 2014

John Bercaw went into the Marine Corps in 1960 as “an undisciplined and troubled high school dropout, " he writes in his memoir,  A Pink Mist (CreateSpace, 296 pp., $14.95, paper; $2.99, Kindle). He served…

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Vietnam War Helicopter Art by John Brennan

July 20, 2013

Back in 2009 we ran a query on our Arts of War on the web page  for John Brennan, who served as a Flight Operations Coordinator with the 114th Assault Helicopter Company in Vinh Long…

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