Reviews of Behind Hitler’s Lines: The True Story of the Only Soldier to Fight for both America and the Soviet Union in World War II. Behind Hitler's Lines: The True Story of the Only Soldier to Fight for both America and the Soviet Union in World War II (9780891418450): Thomas H. Taylor: Books. Buy online at Aviation Bookstore.
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"Remarkable… Without a doubt, one of the most incredible stories you will ever read." -The Roanoke Times
"Every once in a while, a true story comes along that reads like fiction… It grabs you on page one and never lets go." – Senator Carl Levin, Chairman of the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee
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From the New York Times bestselling authors of In the Company of Heroes.
In the world of covert warfare, Special Operations pilots are notoriously close- lipped about what they do. They don't talk about their missions to anyone outside their small community. But now, Michael J. Durant and Steven Hartov shed fascinating light on the mysterious elite commandos known as SOAR (Special Operations Aviation Regiment) and take readers into a shadowy world of combat they have only imagined.
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Combat helicopter pilots in the Vietnam War flew each mission facing the possibility of imminent death. Begun as a series of attempted letters to the Department of Veterans Affairs, this compelling memoir of an aircraft commander in the 116th Assault Helicopter Company–"The Hornets"–relates his experience of the war in frank detail.
From supporting the 25th Infantry Division's invasion of Cambodia, to flying the lead aircraft in the 101st Airmobile Division's pivotal Operation Lam Son 719 invasion of Laos to cut the Ho Chi Minh Trail at LZ Hope, the author recounts the traumatic events of his service from March 1970 to March 1971.