Hunter-Killer Squadron: Vietnam 1965-1972: Aero-Weapons, Aero-Scouts, Aero-Rifles
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Hunter-Killer Squadron: Vietnam 1965-1972: Aero-Weapons, Aero-Scouts, Aero-Rifles

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Vietnam.
Paperback, 336 pages
Published March 1st 1997 by Simon & Schuster (first published 1990)
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Hilmi Isa
Perang Vietnam merupakan salah satu konflik dunia pada abad ke-20 yang terkenal. Menurut beberapa penganalisis ketenteraan,perang tersebut juga dikenali sebagai Peperangan Helikopter atau di dalam bahasa Inggeris dikenali sebagai Helicopter War. Kenapa digelar sedemikian rupa? Walaupun Perang Vietnam bukanlah konflik yang pertama menyaksikan penggunaan kenderaan udara berkipas ini,namun,perang tersebut menyaksikan buat pertama kalinya di dalam sejarah,helikopter digunakan secara besar-besaran...more
Scott
A mouth-gaping account of the exploits of the 1/9th Cavalry during the Vietnam War. It is told from the perspective of the pilots, gunners and observers, as well as the ground assault troops attached to them, the "Blues." The risks taken by this experimental helicopter unit were absolutely horrifying, as we're the casualties they took--especially by the crews of the tiny Light Observation Helicopters (LOH's) which got directly in the enemies' faces and shot them down in spite of the tiny chopper...more
Eric

I've read and re-read this book three times so far.

What makes it so compelling are all the different perspectives from each author. Most of them center around the history of the 1/9th Air Cavalry in Vietnam.

I think the writers behind Apocalypse Now appropriated some of the legend behind the 1/9th (1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry) that is pure solid gold reading here.

Absolutely stunning tales, I'll still have my dog-eared copy for years and years.
Nadir
Great anecdotes from several perspectives of the 1/9th Cav - Scout pilots & gunners, Gunship pilots, "Blues" (infantry) platoon members, and a few from soldiers who filled more than one role. Quite a lot can be learned about how these units were employed and how effective they were at their task. Worth reading for any student of the Vietnam War.
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