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By 1972, U.S. forces had nearly perfected the art of Search and Rescue. But in the maelstrom of a battle on Easter Day of that year, an operation ...Show synopsisBy 1972, U.S. forces had nearly perfected the art of Search and Rescue. But in the maelstrom of a battle on Easter Day of that year, an operation unlike any other was set in motion to save Lt. Col. Iceal "Gene" Hambleton--call sign Bat 21 Bravo. For the next 11 days, an extraordinary group of U.S. airmen, soldiers, sailors, and Navy SEALs braved one of the largest North Vietnamese Army offensives of the war to rescue one of their own. The legendary and controversial operation, which demanded heart-stopping heroics from every man involved, is relived in this unforgettable testament.Hide synopsis
Description:Very good. Unread copy. Text pages clean & tight with no...Very good. Unread copy. Text pages clean & tight with no markings. Cover has slight corner wear. Based on declassified documents & interviews. Reveals how this legendary rescue unfolded. Extremely readable copy.
Description:Good. TEXT ONLY. NO ACCESS CODE. Used texts with varying degrees...Good. TEXT ONLY. NO ACCESS CODE. Used texts with varying degrees of highlighting and wear. Email for details. Could be a former library book.
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