Rolling Thunder: An Historical Novel of War and Politics

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Mark Berent, 1989 - Vietnam War, 1961-1975 - 382 pages
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A taut, exciting tale of good men in a bad war - Vietnam. A novel of exceptional authenticity as the author is a decorated Vietnam pilot.
  

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User Review  - JPodlaski - LibraryThing

Mark Berent's book, Rolling Thunder not only tells a war story, but educates readers who are not familiar with the terminology and routines of pilots during the Vietnam War. I learned a lot and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jonathan Brazee - Goodreads

I am giving this book five stars, but I understand some of the lower-level reviews. The very things that I appreciated might not be what others want. I am a Marine with extensive experience with the ... Read full review

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About the author (1989)

MARK BERENT served in the Air Force for over twenty years, first as an enlisted man and then as an officer. He has logged 4,350 hours of lying time, over 1,000 of them in combat. During his three Vietnam tours, Berent earned not only the Silver Star, but two Distinguished Flying Crosses, air medals, a Bronze Star, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry, and Legion of Merit.

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