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    Well worth reading!!

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book!! It put the Vietnam war into perspective for me. Very interesting!!!
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    Excellent and fascinating book!

    This book directs most of the attention and praise to other pilots, crew and ground pounders, rather to praising the author and dwelling on his exploits. Well done! This is the 3rd or 4th time that I have read this book, and will read it again in the future.
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    Taking Fire

    Ron Alexander is a true hero. Not because he received medals for valor, but because he went above and beyond what was expected of him. Dropping troops into an LZ that looks cold, but suddenly becomes an ambush while his ship is departing is bad enough, going right back in and rescuing his troops from sure death, while risking his life in the process is a defination of "heroism".
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