Paul Hauser's autobiography, INHERENTLY DANGEROUS, is an important contribution to our military history, some of which has never been made public before.
Hauser uses his keen sense of observation as he and his fellow air force officers vividly convey what it was like in Vietnam and Thailand, under combat conditions to direct, by radio and radar scope, our fighter aircraft to intercept attacking enemy air forces, flight follow our aircraft while providing them with tactical information, and to control fighter/tanker rendezvous.
INHERENTLY DANGEROUS contains a series of photographs and never before published declassified military maps. Three of Hauser's fellow officers added their personal combat stories to round out this important military history. Additional information for the book was derived from personal experience, declassified government documents and selected military biographies.
Hauser, a former Air Force Captain, is the recipient of two U.S. Air Force Commendation Medals.
INHERENTLY DANGEROUS stands as a tribute to all who served in the U.S. Air Force as Weapons Controllers.
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