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Two tour Marine F 4 jock John Trotti brings out the frustrations and bravery of the American aerial warrior in Vietnam....

Title : Phantom Over Vietnam: Fighter Pilot, USMC
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ISBN : 0891415998
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Presidio Press June 1, 1996
Number of Pages : 272 pages
File Size : 968 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Phantom Over Vietnam: Fighter Pilot, USMC Reviews

  • Bernie Weisz
    2018-12-04 18:14

    To a mechanic that works on fighter bomber jets, this book is a treat! John Trotti went overboard in describing the technical details of the "Phantom F-4", it's inner mechanisms, it's role in avionics, and the complicated flying tactics of a "Fighter-Bomber" pilot. To the uninitiated, this part of the book is laborious to read. To one reading this book for its historic contribution, Trotti's memoir is an invaluable timepiece interpreting nuances and innuendo about America's role in Vietnam rarely found elsewhere. Trotti unintentionally gave a scathing denouncement of America's role and will to win in the Vietnam debacle. Trotti was there in 1966 and flew missions right up to where Henry Kissinger successfully negotiated an end to America's role in the Vietnam War. 

  • Elisabeth B. Stanton
    2018-11-23 15:08

    Excellent book. It accurately describes the stress and exhilaration of flying combat in Vietnam. Well written and engaging.

  • denise
    2018-12-12 18:00

    GREAT stories easy to read and understand

  • Amazon Customer
    2018-11-15 14:14

    Well written with detailed information on flying the f4. Great relation of how this authors experience in vietnam with the phantom.

  • Nicholas A. Dial-Product Reviews International
    2018-12-03 18:07

    Many of the positive reviews here state they are a friend of the author, served with him, or were there, followed by a five star review. I can respect that, however, that does not mean the book itself is a good read per say. It's obvious biases and loyalties come into play, and perhaps some find value and interest in reliving the glory days through an acquaintance with the author, but that says little as to the books itself.

  • T. J.
    2018-11-15 14:26

    I was with the A-7 aircraft in Vietnam. Always loved the F-4 Phantom. It had its problems but could that FOX rock and roll.

  • John Colburn
    2018-11-25 12:11

    It was a great book as i was also there. !!!!

  • Dorene
    2018-12-01 11:29

    Very exciting narrative. The author is a friend, so had it autographed.