Summary

It is 1964. The Vietnam War has begun to escalate, its new style of battle demanding new weapons and tactics and men who can use them. Overnight, it seems, the U.S. Army must scramble to create its first-ever Air Assault Division, a force critical to its chances of success, but the obstacles facing it are staggering: untrained men, mysteriously failing aircraft, vicious inter-service rivalries.
As the hostilities increase, the warriors and the women who love them are swept into the struggle, their personal and professional lives twisting and intertwining as they race against time — and the fortunes of war.
©2008 W.E.B. Griffin (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Roy on 02-02-13

Outstanding reading

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I love all of Griffin Books and have read this one many times but really enjoy it being read to me.i

Who was your favorite character and why?

Craig Lowell. Just the type of snob I would want to be.

Have you listened to any of Eric G. Dove’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

All of them and love them all

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

No. Many differnet settings

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5 out of 5 stars
By S. T. Terry on 04-04-18

The redundant one.

W.E.B. is getting redundant. This book and the previous book in the series run parallel and are too often redundant. Although both are excellent, I would have preferred a single, longer book. Or, two books covering all the action in sequence.

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