How The Helicopter Changed Modern Warfare

How The Helicopter Changed Modern Warfare Walter Boyne Has Made What Could Be A Prosaic Subject Read Like One Of His Thrillers It Never Slows And Is Packed With An Immense Amount Of Information And Sometimes Alarming, But Illuminating, Insights This Guy Is Good Budd Davisson, Editor In Chief, Flight Journal Magazine Anyone Interested In Helicopters Or Flying Generally Will Find This Book Indispensable Philip Handleman, Handleman Filmworks In Yet Another Home Run, Walter Boyne Sets Forth And Definitively Explains The Transformational Importance The Helicopter Has Gained On American Battlefields From Korea To Iraq And Afghanistan This Is An Insightful And Thought Provoking Book Eric Hammel, Author, The Road To Big WeekThe Vertical Lift Aircraft Was A Unique Invention When Introduced To Combat During World War II Since Then, It Has Changed The Way We Perform Transport, Soldier Extraction, And Close Air Support Carefully Cataloging The Steps From Idealistic Concept To Fantastic Killing Machine, This Historical Overview Touches On The Major Points Of The Helicopter S Developmental JourneyThe Helicopter Has Proven Advantageous In Overcoming Problematic Geography And Terrain And Has Empowered The United States Military In Ways Previously Unimaginable Unfortunately A Combination Of Factors, Including Arguments Over The Machine S Role In The Military, Operating Costs, Maintenance, And The Increased Attention Toward Nuclear Weapons, Has Stalled Its Progress Blaming Congress And The Department Of Defense For This Irresponsible Oversight, This Account Simultaneously Pays Tribute To All Those Who Made The Technological Advancements PossibleWalter J Boyne Cofounded The Cable Channel Wingspan, The Air And Space Channel, Which Was Bought Out By The Discovery Channel In Since Then He Has Appeared As A Commentator, Discussing Aviation, Space, And Military Events On Broadcast Networks And On Such Cable Channels As The History Channel, AE, The Discovery Channel, And The Military Channel Boyne, A Retired Air Force Colonel, Was Inducted Into The National Aviation Hall Of Fame In And Was Awarded The Lifetime Achievement Medal By The Air Force Association In He Is The Author Of Than Fifty Fiction And Nonfiction Books On His Subject Of Expertise, Including The Influence Of Air Power Upon History, Available From Pelican He Resides In Silver Spring, Maryland, With His Wife, Terri Enjoyable, solid book.

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  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • How The Helicopter Changed Modern Warfare
  • Walter J. Boyne
  • English
  • 16 November 2017

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