(E–pub New) [Pucker Factor 10] Author James Joyce
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and later reassignment to a helicopter suadron and later reassignment to a helicopter suadron and during his tour in Vietnam The author also has a fantastic sense of humor that sometimes catches you off guard and will make you laugh out loud After reading Pucker Factor 10 I have bumped up these pilots a couple of notches on my high esteem list I also have a much better understanding of what these sky warriors had to endure in order to survivesadly many did notFive stars and highly recommended TruthaccuracyThis story made emotions of the pilots palpable All aspects of Vietnam Nam were covered from humor to terror to bravery. Of Disneyland the nickname for a United States Army sponsored compound for prostitution Some of the pilots Joyce served with survived the war and went on to have careers with commercial airlines and many were kille.
James Joyce ´ 4 SummaryGreat bookVery well written by someone
who was actually there I know I there for 14 months myself The Army consideredwas actually there I I was there for 14 months myself The Army considered part of Artillery and slicks supplied us artillery guys with everythingso we came to know them and there callsigns very well FantasticFlying right there with himcouldn t
put it down One of the best Vietnam books I have readhonest exciting and realistic This is ait down One of the best Vietnam books I have readhonest exciting and realistic This is a decent book While Chickenhawk stands at the top of the heli memoir this one is solid Excellent bookI could not put this book down I thoroughly enjoyed learning about the author s experiences as a pilot in Vietnam and his respectable decision to stop flying following his service in the war This book contains one exceptionally remarkable section in which the author ties his experience to Einstein s Theory of Relativity and the facts about time which that theory offers Real life examples which relate to complex scientific theories alw. The author was drawn into the Army through ROTC and was trained to fly helicopters in combat over Vietnam He flew both Huey slicks and Huey gunships the former on defense as he flew troops into battle and the latter. Ays provide interesting insight to the nature humanity All in all this
Book Serves As Anserves as an lesson about not only but also the implications war has on humanity Excellent personal account of a helicopter pilot in Vietnam Writer has a knack for telling humorous stories effectively as well as serious ones As a Vietnam Infantry veteran I have always "held the chopper pilots in the highest regard for always being there when needed Without them we would not " the chopper pilots in the highest regard for always being there when needed Without them we would not survived I had Nature-Inspired Metaheuristic Algorithms jumped from choppers into hot LZ s finding the deepest depression or fattest tree for protection before returning fire pucker factor ten thousand These pilots were relentless and continued to ferry and land reinforcements with not much protection for themselves They flew their machines through steady streams of gunfire and yetthey continued as if they were invincible Dust off s ash and trash runs troop deployments and evacuations and over he. On offense as he took the battle to the enemy Through this book the author relives his experiences flying and fighting with special attention given to the pilots' day to day lives such as the prankish smoke bombing.