Eagle Station

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Mark Berent, 1992 - Fiction - 396 pages
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An electrifying novel of men at war in Vietnam, by the writer Tom Clancy calls the real thing. Filled with the searing, authentic voices of Vietnam, Eagle Station is a gripping, compelling tale of a race against the clock to save a crucial radar station. Berent's most dramatatic novel yet.

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User Review  - scottcholstad - LibraryThing

I didn't even make it to the first 100 pages. It was dull. Boring. Bland. I've read plenty of Vietnam books that were gripping, immediately, engaging, enthralling. This was none of that. There was one ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

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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