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Date Posted: Fri, July 29 2011, 12:19:44
Author: Don Poss
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Subject: War-Stories.com Book Review: "A Vietnamese Fighter Pilot In An American War"

Gents & Ladies:

War-Stories.com is pleased to recommend a new book called "A Vietnamese Fighter Pilot In An American War" (by former Major, VNAF), spanning decades from 1945-1975, and the author's migration to the United States. Copy/Paste link to read my complete Book Review:


The Chinese had three curses in increasing severity -- all would apply to author Hoi B. Tran's life:
May you live in interesting times
May you come to the attention of those in authority.
May you find what you are looking for.

Author Hoi Tran's fight through the gauntlets of all three Chinese Curses is the enduring and compelling story of honor, valor, and personal victory through decades of war and struggle as A Vietnamese Fighter Pilot in an American War. Hoi Tran relives these Chinese curses through his dramatic life story as written in A Vietnamese Fighter Pilot in an American War.

Tran's personal struggle to fight for his country is well referenced, with glossary and index, and generously documented with photographs, and has earned a place in my Vietnam War library. It simply is a must-read that tells the story of "The American War" from a Vietnamese perspective.

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Don Poss,
Webmaster, War-Stories.com

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