Migs over North Vietnam: The Vietnam People's Air Force in Combat, 1965-75 (Stackpole Military History) (Stackpole Military History Series)

Rare firsthand accounts from North Vietnamese pilots plus details on fighter operations against the U.S.. Description of the "Black Friday Massacre," the U.S.'s largest aerial defeat. Includes intricate diagrams of aircraft.

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By Mike (Denton, TX) · ★☆☆☆☆ · March 14, 2013
This is a book that desperately needed to be written. There is a huge gap in the literature on the Vietnam war when it comes to our knowledge of "the other side," the Vietnamese forces, in particular the fighter pilots and the MiGs they flew. Unfortunately, this book is a badly written mess that... ...more
By Barrett (The United States) · ★★★☆☆ · July 29, 2012
Contains some rare material, perhaps unique in English, and certainly is worthwhile for readers interested in the SE Asian air campaign. Contains some factual errors but mainly the text needs to be read with the author's political bias in mind. A useful companion to the Osprey series on the MiG-1... ...more