4 edition of Flying through the Years found in the catalog.
June 30, 2006
by Airleaf Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||180|
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MWSA Review Flying through the Years by Bob Lanzotti is an interesting and informal memoir covering the often-humorous highlights of the author’s military service as an Army aviator.
The book is divided into three sections, covering three short-tours during the author’s military service—one in Korea and two in war-torn Vietnam in the late s: 1. FLYING THROUGH THE YEARS by LTC Bob LANZOTTI, th ASH Bn, is a chronological collection of short stories from three tours, one to Korea and two to Vietnam.
The 'Crimson Tide' vet writes with a dash of humor blended well with recall and camaraderie that makes this book a quick read. FLYING THROUGH THE YEARS definitely gets a thumbs-up from me/5.
FLYING THROUGH THE YEARS by LTC Bob LANZOTTI, th ASH Bn, is a chronological collection of short stories from three tours, one to Korea and two to Vietnam. The 'Crimson Tide' vet writes with a dash of humor blended well with recall and camaraderie that makes this book a quick read.
FLYING THROUGH THE YEARS definitely gets a thumbs-up from me/5(3). Flying Through the Years [LTC Bob Lanzotti (Ret.)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
In Flying Though the Years, Bob Lanzotti provides his memoirs as an Army helicopter pilot during three overseas tours. In Flying through the Years: A Trilogy of Short Tours and a Collection of Short Stories, Bob Lanzotti provides his memoirs as an Army helicopter pilot during three overseas tours, all conducted during the turbulent decade of the sixties.
Each tour, one to Korea and two to Vietnam, contains at least a score of short : LTC (Ret.) Bob Lanzotti. Flying through the years Unknown Binding – January 1, by Nicholas Biddle (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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Working in the isolated setting of Rocky Mountain House, Angus secretly marries a Cree woman, who dies in a measles epidemic while he is. Flying through Time book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Flying Through Time is the closest many of us will come to understanding what it was like to be a WWII aviator.
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