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Silent Heroes of the Cold War: Declassified: The Mysterious Military Plane Crash on a Nevada Mountain Peak - And the Families Who Suffered an Abyss of Silence for Generations.

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From Las Vegas, Mount Charleston looks like little more than a giant gravel mound in the distance, towering 11,916 feet above the neon lights of the entertainment capital of the world. Only a fraction of the nearly 40 million people who visit this 24-hour city ever bother to look west and skyward toward the mountain.The truth is that this very mountain is a silent memorial ...more
Paperback, 203 pages
Published November 1st 2008 by Stephens Press
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Since my story is in this book, I thought I might write a review. I like the book of course, the story is fascinating and for all those involved in the story it needed to be told. I had a few issues with the way my part was written because some of the facts were misplaced but over all it was written well and written in a way that allows the reader to get the information quickly and thoroughly for such a huge amount of facts. Thanks Ky, for taking on a great story. Hope to see more books from ...more
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Kyril D. Plaskon is an award winning broadcast and print journalist, and has worked both abroad and in various US states. As a reporter at KPBS San Diego, he won Society of Professional Journalists top awards for exposing child sex tourism in Tijuana, Mexico. He has won awards also for covering crossborder electricity and pollution issues during the energy crisis.

Today, he is pursuing his masters

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