By John Gargus
The operation additionally restored the prisoners' religion that their state had now not forgotten them. John Gargus not just participated within the making plans section of the Son Tay rescue, but additionally flew as a lead navigator for the strike strength. within the previous couple of years, he has immersed himself in correct records which have been declassified. He has additionally carried out huge interviews with others serious about the key project. "The Son Tay Raid" accommodates this wealth of unpublished fabric - air operations making plans and coaching, flooring education, interviews, or even North Vietnamese views - with Gargus' personal event. No prior account of this top-secret motion has given such a lot of information or such perception into either the execution and result of Son Tay. This publication should be a useful addition to the background and historiography of the Vietnam War.
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