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Storm Flight (Wings of War #5)

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Here is the fifth and final novel in the riveting Vietnam War saga that began with Rolling Thunder. A daring raid on a POW camp ignites a chain reaction that forces three men to examine their own strengths, abilities, and courage. "Terrifying action and heroism".--Kirkus Reviews.
Paperback, 383 pages
Published August 1994 by Jove (first published October 1st 1993)
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Kalub D Duggins
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Great read. I t will hold your attention and is difficult to put down. I am glad that I read this book and as a Vietnam veteran, it bring back memories, good and bad. I would suggest this book to anyone.
William B.
Great Book

The character development in this book is superb. The plot and subplots fit like a glove. I shall miss reading Brent's books; I have read all five.
Ed Schmidt
The final book in the historical fiction Wings Of War series. Nixon is President and Kissinger is meeting in Paris with the North Vietnamese. Talks are not going well and Nixon orders the start of Linebacker II by heavily bombing Hanoi. Court is flying in a B52 trying to convince SAC to change it's tactics, Wolf is planning a nightime parachute drop into downtown Hanoi in an attempt to find out where some of the POWs were moved to, and Toby is flying F-4 missions over Hanoi attempting to gain Ac ...more
JoAnn Ainsworth
Viet Nam combat thriller. Masterful job of inserting thousands of details about the Air Force and planes while still keeping the story line moving along.
Mikel Rhodes
Great book!

This is a excellent fiction based on a lot of facts. I'm my opinion the book speaks to & for all of us who spent time in the Nam.
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MARK BERENT

Lt Col Mark E. Berent, USAF (Ret), was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He graduated from Cretin High
School and attended St. Thomas College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Later he graduated from Arizona State University under the Air Force Institute of Technology program with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.

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