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Bonnie-Sue : A Marine Corps Helicopter Squadron in Vietnam
by Marion F. Sturkey 
Paperback - 510 pages (March 1997)
Heritage Press Int'l; ISBN: 0965081427
Low Level Hell : A Scout Pilot in the Big Red One
Hugh L., Jr. Mills, Robert Anderson 
The first-hand account of a special breed of Vietnam aviator, by a highly decorated pilot whose exploits in armed helicopters have become legendary. His chopper wasn't designed to fight, but 21-year-old Hugh Mills had other ideas. His troop of scouts made up their own rules and made aerial warfare history.
by Robert C. Mason 
An extraordinary book by a veteran of 1000 helicopter missions in Vietnam. Read More

Choppers: The Heroic Birth of Helicopter Warfare
J.D. Coleman, Ace Collins 
Paperback / Published 1998

Captain Hook: A Pilot's Tragedy and Triumph in the Vietnam War
Wynn F. Foster, James B. Stockdale
Hardcover / Published 1992

Clashes : Air Combat over North Vietnam 1965-1972
Marshall L. III Michel 
Hardcover / Published 1997
Cleared Hot! : A Marine Combat Pilot's Vietnam Diary
by Bob Stoffey
Paperback - 328 pages Reprint edition (May 1999)
St Martins Mass Market Paper; ISBN: 0312929412

Firebirds : Helicopter Combat in Vietnam
Chuck Carlock 
Paperback / Published 1997

Primer of the Helicopter War
by Charles Holley, Mike Sloniker
Photos and first person accounts enhance this chronological history of the helicopter units, aircraft, and crews that were the backbone of the U.S. involvement in the Vietnam war. The story like it's never been told, written by those who were there.
Hardcover - 209 pages 1 edition (July 1997)
Nissi Publishing; ISBN: 0944372112
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F-8 Crusader Units of the Vietnam War
(Osprey Combat Aircraft, 7)
Paperback - 96 pages (September 1998)
Motorbooks International; ISBN: 1855327244

RF-8 Crusader Units over Cuba and Vietnam
(Combat Aircraft , No 12)
Throughout the Cuban crisis, the White House relied heavily on photographic intelligence gained by the US Navy and Marine Corps RF-8 overflights. The recce Crusader's next taste of action came during the long years of the Vietnam war, when the Vought jet assumed the mantle of primary photographic platform through the nine years of conflict. This volume chronicles the combat history of the jet.
Paperback - 96 pages (April 1999)
Osprey Pub Co; ISBN: 1855327821

Mig 17 and Mig 19 Units of the Vietnam War
(Combat Aircraft, 25)
by Istvan Toperczer
Paperback - 96 pages (October 2001)
Osprey Pub Co; ISBN: 1841761621
Mig-21 Units of the Vietnam War (Combat Aircraft, 29)
by Istvan Toperczer, Mark Styling (Illustrator)
Paperback - 96 pages (December 2001)
Osprey Pub Co; ISBN: 1841762636

100 Missions North: A Fighter Pilot's Story of the Vietnam War
by Ken Bell, Ken, Brig, Ge
Paperback from Brasseys, Inc.
Book Published: April, 2003

Rescue Under Fire : The Story of Dustoff in Vietnam (Schiffer Military/Aviation History)
by John L. Cook (Hardcover - February 1998)
This is the story of the men who risked everything to fly their evacuation helicopters into the teeth of the most intense fighting the war produced to evacuate the wounded.
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To Hanoi and Back: The U.S. Air Force and North Vietnam, 1966 1973
by Wayne Thompson, Richard P. Hallion
Book Description: By the summer of 1966, the U.S. Air Force's reputation had hit rock bottom in Vietnam. After nearly eighteen months of the limited bombing campaign called Operation Rolling Thunder, North Vietnam's airfields, principal port, and capital city remained largely unscathed. In 1972 the two Linebacker campaigns joined with other air operations to make a dramatic, although temporary, difference. Wayne Thompson draws upon twenty years of research in classified records to present a full history of the Air Force role in the war against North Vietnam. He provides an unprecedented view of the motivations and actions of the people involved—from aircrews to generals to politicians—in every phase of the air campaigns. 
Hardcover from Smithsonian Institution Press
Book Published: December, 2000

US Navy F-4 Phantom 2 Mig Killers (2) 1965-1970
(Combat Aircraft, 26)
by Brad Elward, Peter Davies
Paperback - 96 pages (November 2001)
Osprey Pub Co; ISBN: 184176163X

When Thunder Rolled: An F-105 Pilot Over North Vietnam
by Ed Rasimus
Hardcover from Smithsonian Institution Press
Book Published: February, 2003

Winged Sabers : The Air Cavalry in Vietnam 1965-1973
by Lawrence H. Johnson III
Paperback - 192 pages (March 2001)
Stackpole Books; ISBN: 0811729885

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