MiGs Over North Vietnam: The Vietnamese People’s Air Force in Combat: 1965-1975 (Roger Boniface)

MiGs Over North Vietnam: The Vietnamese People’s Air Force in Combat: 1965-1975 (Roger Boniface) soon to be presented for sale on the super BookLovers of Bath web site!

Published: Manchester: Hikoki, 2008, Hardback in dust wrapper.

Contains: Black & white photographs; Graphs; Colour photographs; Colour drawings; Maps; Tables; List of sources; Appendices [9];

From the cover: MiGs over North Vietnam relates, for the first time, what it was like to experience life as a fighter pilot of the Vietnamese Peoples Air Force (VPAF) flying MiG 17s and MiG 21s against the USAF during the Vietnam War.

All accounts have been taken from exclusive interviews with former North Vietnamese pilots, Vietnamese archive sources, and the personal diaries of pilots, radar operators, aircrew and eye witnesses. Acclaimed pilots, such as Major Pham Ngoc Lan, recounts how he shot down the very first American aircraft over North Vietnam as well as his experiences throughout the entire Vietnam air war.

The author traces the air combats of the VPAF fighter force from the Rolling Thunder period in 1965 to the Linebacker raids of 1972. There is also a first-time analysis of the great air battles of May 197…

Very Good+ in Very Good+ Dust Wrapper.

Black boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 176 pages. 12″ x 8½”.

Of course, if you don’t like this one, may I excite you with my selection contained in Military Air Force catalogue?

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