Apache
By Ed Macy
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Ed Macy is an elite pilot, one of the few men qualified to fly Apache helicopters, the world's deadliest fighting machines. This is his account of a fearless mission behind enemy lines in Afghanistan.
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Apache
9780007307470
by Ed Macy
HarperPress
7 December 2008
EPUB
400
1.98 MB
General Audience (0-99)
ePub edition
EN
True Military / Combat Stories
General/trade

Reviews

'Puts you right in the cockpit with your finger on the trigger. A truly awesome read; and a climax that Hollywood couldn't invent.' Andy McNab 'Books like this remind you that soldiers truly...
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An above-average macho war memoir, full of high-tech gadgetry and deadly fireworks.During a 2006 invasion of the chaotic Afghan province of Helmand by 3,300 British troops, the objective of which was...
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Author Biography

Ed Macy left the British Army in January 2008, after twenty-three years' service. He had amassed a total of 3,930 helicopter flying hours, 645 of them inside an Apache. Ed was awarded the military cross for his courage during the Jugroom Fort rescue - one of the first ever in Army Air Corps history. He is also the author of 'Hellfire'.