by Robert Mason
Editor: Transworld Publishers Ltd
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“I read this as a young pilot about to embark on a career flying military helicoptersThey should have put me out of life.Robert Mason recounts a prehension for the relentless bravery and heroism in the midst of the madness of the Vietnam War.The last few pages are the most shocking ones I’ve read in a book.Tim Peake A superb book on good things in the bad war.As a child, Robert Mason dreamt of levitationAs a young man, he always dreamed of flying helicopters and the U. S. Army gave him his chance.They sent him to Vietnam where, between August 1965 and July 1966, he carried out more than 1,000 assault missions.In Chickenhawk, Robert Mason gives us a devastating bird’s-eye view of war in all its horror, he experiences the acceleration of terror, more and more the courage of a man “playing the role of a hero time after time, he realizes that the conduct of war is madness,” says The New York Times,”And we can’t stop ourselves”.’
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