DJVU Crimson Sky (P) by John R. Bruning (Goodreads Author) finder pc amazon how read bookDJVU Crimson Sky (P) by John R. Bruning (Goodreads Author) finder pc amazon how read book
The Korean War was a crossroads in military history. It was the last hurrah for one generation of tactics and technology and the proving ground for the next. The Crimson Sky examines in detail twenty of the most interesting aerial actions of the Korean War, including the first air rescue of a downed pilot, the Battle of Carlsons Canyon, and some of the most spectacular MiG Alley sorties flown by the F-86 aces. More than exciting accounts of military missions, The Crimson Sky is about the people who flew them, about their experiences and emotions as they performed dangerous duty a half century ago.
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