In 1969, Marine Huey pilot Ross Teemer killed for the CIA. Four months later, now a Cobra pilot on Okinawa, Teemer never wants to kill again. Love found on a beach will do that to a young man, even a Marine. But the father who haunts him, the CIA who needs him, and the Marine Corps who owns him want one more mission.
Soviet pilot, Colonel Ivan Petrov, former advisor to the North Vietnamese, has left Soviet control to run his own operation out of Laos, and he knows why the CIA wants one more mission. "Americans are so soft, so gullible."
Sometimes a man must do what he's never wanted to do, and be what he's never wanted to be. Even if he's been betrayed, and even if he's on a One-Way Mission.
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