Flight of the Sparrow

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While growing up on a Texas ranch, Robert Baker nurtured dreams of becoming a veterinarian. But when fate led him to a navy recruiters office in 1961, Bob embarked on a new journey that would eventually lead him to places and into situations he neve…

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    Om Flight of the Sparrow

    While growing up on a Texas ranch, Robert Baker nurtured dreams of becoming a veterinarian. But when fate led him to a navy recruiters office in 1961, Bob embarked on a new journey that would eventually lead him to places and into situations he never could have imagined.In his memoir, Bob shares details from his experiences before, during, and after his service aboard the USS Coral Sea, an attack aircraft carrier equipped with a missile system so progressive that Americas newest and most sophisticated fighter aircraft was designed around it. As he leads others through his childhood to the rigors of boot camp and eventually to the USS Coral Sea, Bob offers a compelling glimpse into his emotions as life led him aboard the colossal warship that would soon simultaneously cross the Equator and International Date Line and transport her crew to Vietnam to carry out Operation Rolling Thunder.The Flight of the Sparrow shares the true story of one mans incredible journey from childhood to an aircraft carrier serviceman as he and his fellow sailors carried out a secret mission during the Vietnam War.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2016
    Forlag
    iUniverse
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781491790854
    Sider
    110

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