Book Reviews of Few Die Well

Few Die Well
Few Die Well
Author: David R. Olson
ISBN-13: 9780515105445
ISBN-10: 0515105449
Publication Date: 4/1/1991
Pages: 310
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Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover: They were the Bulldogs. A platoon of helicopter gunship pilots stationed along the west border, a few klicks from Cambodia and Laos. Their names were Danly, Bookman, Barnes, Spradling, Gray, and Winters. And for all their differences, for better or worse, they were a team.

The Bulldogs flew killing missions against an invisible enemy, several times a day, almost every day.

And some of them-- the lucky ones-- even made it home.

Powerfully dramatic. Explosively real. A stunning new novel of Vietnam and the men who flew the choppers across its blazing skies. Author David R. Olson was there, flying a gunship for the First Air Cavalry Division along the western border of Vietnam.