Synopses & Reviews
"Fills a long-felt need in the literature of the Korean air war, for it combines a broad overview of the war with intimate details that put you in the cockpit. . . The many personal accounts lend an immediacy to the book that makes it a real page-turner." Walter J. Boyne, best-selling aviation author
In the Korean Wars unique combat environment, significant battles took place that profoundly affected the future of air warfare. Crimson Sky examines in detail twenty of the most interesting and representative aerial actions of the war.
Dien Bien Phu is the definitive account of the great, climatic battle in French Indochina that led to the American commitment to Vietnam. Defense analyst Howard Simpson was an eyewitness.
The air battle for Korea.
Exciting accounts of a key crossroads in military aviation history