Huey

Huey

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by Gary Whitmore
     
 

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Michael Grayson had dreams of being a helicopter pilot since he was a kid back in the late 1950s. All he dreamt about was flying helicopters and these dreams grew from watching the Whirlybirds TV show. So after he graduated high school, he joined the Army in 1968. After basic training, he was sent off to learn how to fly Army choppers. Michael survived the intense…  See more details below

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Michael Grayson had dreams of being a helicopter pilot since he was a kid back in the late 1950s. All he dreamt about was flying helicopters and these dreams grew from watching the Whirlybirds TV show. So after he graduated high school, he joined the Army in 1968. After basic training, he was sent off to learn how to fly Army choppers. Michael survived the intense Army flight training programs at Fort Wolters and Fort Rucker. Afterwards, he was assigned to Vietnam where he witnessed the horrors of flying a Huey during war and losing friends, loved ones, and discovered betrayal. Note: This story is dedicated to all those brave young men that flew Hueys and to the crew members that lost their lives in the Vietnam War.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781312000711
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
02/07/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
332
Sales rank:
169,049
File size:
381 KB

Meet the Author

I'm a laid-off safety engineer after spending 28 years on the Space Shuttle program at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. I'm trying for a career as a writer.At the present, I have completed 8 books that were written from screenplays I've written in the past. I have 9 more books to completed based on other screenplays I've written.

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Huey 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm feeling gracious so i gave this book "a" star. The story line is ok but the presentation is elementary at best. As a vietnam helicopter pilot i found this book to me melodramatic bordering on pure fantasy; perhaps it was meant to be. I do have one compliment. i have been planning my book from the perspective my combat experiences. At least this author stopped planning and started writing. Kudos!