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ROLES AND MISSIONS is the final installment of the most comprehensive memoir ever produced by one of America's service chiefs, offering deep insights into what it takes to get the job then, how to do it, once you get it. Previously, HANGAR FLYING was about fighter aviation in the 1960s, including flying airshows as a pilot with the Thunderbirds, and service in Vietnam as a ...more
ebook, 362 pages
Published January 20th 2017 by Lost Wingman Press
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General Merrill A. (“Tony”) McPeak entered the Air Force in 1957 as a Distinguished Graduate of the San Diego State College ROTC program. A career fighter pilot, he spent two years with the Air Force’s elite aerobatic team, the Thunderbirds, performing before millions of people in nearly 200 official air shows in the U.S. and overseas. He flew 269 combat missions in Vietnam. Senior leadership assi ...more

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