Vietnam War Helicopter Art: U.S. Army Rotor Aircraftby John Brennan, Chris Evans
Hundreds of unique color photos showing how soldiers decorated their helicopters during the Vietnam WarElaborate, colorful, and often comical nose art inspired by Sixties and Seventies pop culture, music, cartoons and comics, psychedelia, and politics, as well as sex and boozeFeatures Hueys, Chinooks, and moreArtwork captures a slice of the Vietnam experienceWill
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Vietnam War Helicopter Art: U.S. Army Rotor Aircraft based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Purchased two copies of this book. One for the Veterans Memorial Park here in Dixon, Il where Cobra gunship 475 rests and another for a friend who carves helicopters from blocks of wood. I liked the clear crisp pictures, text and the captions under each picture. It is about time someone captured this information in print.. It was a long time coming and John did a great job of bringing 40 years ago back to life. Would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the Vietnam war helicopter art. Al W.
It's hard to write a review since I won't receive this book until it's release in September.