The Forgotten Warriors: Mission of Mercy by David J. Wallis

The Forgotten Warriors: Mission of Mercy

byDavid J. Wallis, Ronald L. Darr

Kobo ebook | May 7, 2011

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From the first day Airman Ronald L. Darr saw a demonstration of a Bell medivac helicopter used in the Korean war, he knew he wanted to fly helicopters. Becoming a Dustoff pilot for the U.S. Army in Vietnam in an unarmed, UH-1 Huey, putting his life on the line every day, flying into one hot combat zone after another to save countless lives. But the memories of and bitterness stemming from the Vietnam War and ill treatment of veterans by both the Government and civilians took a heavy toll on his mind, body, and spirit.

Thirty years after leaving Vietnam, Chief Warrant Officer Darr knew he had to make one more lifesaving mission: his own. Through the telling of his experiences in Vietnam, he not only frees himself from the shame and stigma imposed by the U.S. government and society, but he resurrects the honor and the dignity of every man and woman who served their country in Vietnam, these forgotten warriors who demonstrated their unswerving patriotism by serving in a country halfway around the world only to be treated as social outcasts upon their return home.

Enter the lives of those who flew unarmed into battle to save lives. Experience the terror projected by a determined enemy. Savor that wonderful feeling of saving a human’s life in the midst of a hell created on Earth.
Title:The Forgotten Warriors: Mission of MercyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 7, 2011Publisher:Flipside Digital Content Company, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:971992201X

ISBN - 13:9789719922018

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