(PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent


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    (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent Mark Berent À 3 free download download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB À Mark Berent “Precisely how a crashing jet fighter breaks up is a function of its speed of its angle of impact and of the topography

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB À Mark Berent More descriptive and authentice than most non fiction war books It's clear that this guy has walked the walk even though this book is

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    Mark Berent À 3 free download download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB À Mark Berent (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent Started out with a bang but slowly became monotonous and unfortunately boring I want to thank Mr Berent for his service and sacrifice in Vietnam He is a highly decorated pilot and served his country with distinction I app

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB À Mark Berent review Rolling Thunder I am giving this book five stars but I understand some of the lower level reviews The very things that I appreciated might not be what others want I am a Marine with extensive experience with the Navy of course and the Army I don't have as much experience with the Air Force and my wars were in the Middle East So the details given in this book were something I really appreciated I read much of the book while on a stationary bike at Nellis so

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    review Rolling Thunder download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB À Mark Berent Mark Berent À 3 free download This is another offering from my Goodreads friend Jim's library featuring the USAF this time The action is seen through the eyes of Court Bannister an F 100 Super Sabre pilot His suandron was set up for ground troop support

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB À Mark Berent The first of five books about the war in Vietnam written by a fighter pilot who was there This book sets up the main characters Court Bannister fighter pilot Wolf Lochert a Special Forces major and Toby Parker a FAC Forward Air Controller It

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent I've read a number of Vietnam War books and this one had too much receptive jargon for me and not enough action I felt the jargon did not help the story and did not make it any authentic it is a work of fiction for me That said it

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent Mark Berent À 3 free download Got this free on Kindle so can't really complain but the story just didn't emerge Manager the first uarter of the book and the only two pieces of action were the almost crash landing at the start and the church bomb Was expecting from an 'Historical novel of War and Politics' definitely won't be getting any of the series

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    download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB À Mark Berent (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent A good readA good readA well written account of how not to run a military campaign This should be mandatory reading for every president of the United States As a veteran that served in the Air Force in the early 60s I enjoyed this book

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [Rolling Thunder] ☆ Mark Berent Too much jargon too many acronyms and too much bad grammar It may have been a good story but I gave up

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Rolling Thunder

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D most Americans have no clue what went on in SEA in the 60s and 70s My generation went willing and unwilling bled ied grew up Alcohol Addiction dropped out and were scarred for life The folks in Washington never understood nor apparently the Saigon Commandos So what s a nice Jewish boy like meoing here anyhow killing Buddhists to make the world safe for Christianity Now that s profound redacted really profound The only problem is it s what you always say after you ve had two beersMany of my generation served many never came back or returned physically and scarred Yet having vowed we would never get into another land mentally Yet having vowed we would never get into another land in Asia here we are same song new verse Yes we were treated that poorly on our return landing in California We were warned Not To Wear Uniforms In PublicDoes Anybody Know Or Care to wear uniforms in publicDoes anybody know or care many Air Force people we ve lost in this screwed up war I am giving this book five stars but I understand some of the lower level reviews The very things that I appreciated might not be what others want I am a Marine with extensive experience with the Navy of course and the Army I Mobilizing New York don t have as much experience with the Air Force and my wars were in the Middle East So theetails given in this book were something I really appreciated I read much of the book while on a stationary bike at Nellis so it was an added bonus to be able to walk out of the gym and look at the airframes highlighted in the book I was familiar with the F4 as this was also a Marine bird but the F105 and F100 were both new to me One thing I really liked was Aspects of South African Literature discovering how many traditions and phrases were essentially the same between the Air Force and Marine CorpsThe story itself was well enough written I had a few issues such as Parker s fall into theepths and his love interest s fate was a little too pat but overall I liked the characterizations and the basic storyline The action on the ground seemed reasonable and I would have to surmise that the action in the air was realisticI was amazed to learn that bombing targets in Vietnam had to be approved by the president himself What a way to fight a warFor me this was a great book not only pulling me along with the storyline but giving me a great foundation in understanding the Air Force in Vietnam I ve read a number of Vietnam War books and this one had too much receptive jargon for me and not enough action I felt the jargon The Barefoot Girl: A Novel of St. Margaret, Patroness of the Abused did not help the story andid not make it any authentic it is a work of fiction for me That said it is well written and captures many of the nuances of the age well the cynical journalist the boredom between bouts of action and the bootlegging going on between servicemen and locals Not a bad read overall Too much jargon too many acronyms and too much bad grammar It may have been a good story but I gave up. Pecial Forces Colonel Wolf Lochert who ventures Social Media in Academia deep into the jungle to rescue aowned pilot only to Dream Save Do: Life is Short, Live Your Dream discover a face of the enemy for which he is unprepared Airline stewardesses come under attack when they are forced to spend the night on a fighter base in Vietnam after their airlinerevelops a problemThrough their eyes and those of many others pilots soldiers lovers enemy agents commanders politicians profiteers Rolling Thunder shows us Vietnam as few other books have or can Berent captures all the intensity and rama of that searing war and penetrates to the heart and soul of those who fought it Rolling Thunder rings with authenticit. Non fiction war books It s clear that this guy has walked the walk even though this book is fiction Some readers might be turned off by all the flying jargon for me it put me in the cockpit On the level of the WEB Griffith stuff This is another offering from my Goodreads friend Jim s library featuring The USAF This Time The USAF this time The is seen through the eyes of Court Bannister an F 100 Super Sabre pilot His suandron was set up for ground troop support rather than og Fighting With Enemy Aircraft with enemy aircraft storyline is good and I have no problem with Mr Berent s writing but I have a serious problem with the way this war was conducted It was almost exclusively orchestrated by politicians in Washington The mission was not to win the war but to appear to protect South Viet Nam fromthe communists but not to pursue the enemy aggressively enough to tick off Russia and China I feel like we invested 58000 American lives in this charade for nothing Got this free on Kindle so can t really complain but the story just idn t emerge Manager the first uarter of the book and th Precisely how a crashing jet fighter breaks up is a function of its speed of its angle of impact and fighter breaks up is a function of its speed of its angle of impact and the topography of the ground it strikes The opening work in a five volume fictional Vietnam War series Berent was there it shows He manages to capture the insanity and the pathos of the war most Americans would like to forget especially those who served in itI ve got to tell Ho Chi Minh that unless he stops his aggression in South Veet nam that I m going to hammer hell out of him and at the same time I ve got to tell to convince the American people that I am not going to escalate this Veet nam warBerent captures the attitudes vocabulary antics and pain of the men mostly who fought this pointless ruin in Southeast Asia He also reveals the lack of understanding and empathy of American leaders up to Lyndon Johnson and Robert McNamara who bear much of the blame for getting us in so eeply with no clue what they were Nature-Inspired Metaheuristic Algorithms doing or how we were to extricate ourselves From half a world away these men politicians for the most part wouldecide which targets would be struck and with what ordnance Heroes and opportunists share the pages with hapless Gilligans who had no clue what was going on Truth was the first casualty each The Alchemical Mandala A Survey of the Mandala in the Western Esoteric Traditions day Everyay For politicians in suits uniforms and with press passes what went on was merely something to be manipulated for ones own advantage and point of view Most youngsters his age were letting their hair grow while investigating the wonderful mind expanding properties of cannabis under the tutelage of Harvard Professor Timothy Leary Exactly as his own son was The Alcohol Blackout: Walking, Talking, Unconscious Lethal doing Norman reflected sadly Early in my reading I kept thinking Berent was relating needlessetails then I realize. And Tahkli While back in Washington LBJ sits over lunch and personally picks bombing targets in an attempt to fight a limited war In Vietnam the war knows no limitsThere as the hostilities escalate the fates of three men intertwine USAF Captain Court Bannister overshadowed by a famous movie star father who fought in WWII as a B 17 gunner Digital Feminist Activism: Girls and Women Fight Back Against Rape Culture driven to confront missiles MiGs and nerve grinding bombing raids in order to prove his worth to his comrades and to himselfAir Force First Lieutenant Toby Parker fresh from the States who hooks up with an intelligence unit for a lark and uickly finds his innocence buried away by the lessons of warand