GOING DOWNTOWN: The U.S. Air Force over Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, 1961-75
The U.S. Air Force's involvement in the Southeast Asian Wars began in 1962 when its crews were sent to train Vietnamese pilots to operate over the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos, and officially ended in 1972 with the B-52 bombing of Hanoi, though there were Air Force pilots unofficially flying combat missions over Laos right through to the end of the war in 1975. 16 pages of photos, some in color.
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Item #: 1942182
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