A Hundred Feet Over Hell: Flying With the Men of the 220th by Jim Hooper

By Jim Hooper

A Hundred ft Over Hell is the tale of a handful of younger pilots taking striking hazards to help these at the flooring. Flying over Vietnam in two-seater Cessnas, they typically made the variation among a soldier returning alive to his family members or having the lonely sound of “Taps” performed over his grave. in response to large interviews, and sometimes within the men’s personal phrases,  A Hundred toes Over Hell puts the reader within the airplane as this intrepid band of U.S. military aviators calls in hearth help for the warriors and marines of I Corps.

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