Covert Ops: The CIA's Secret War In Laos
Uncommon war. Uncommon bonds.
In 1972, U.S. soldiers battle the North Vietnamese. Behind the headlines, a secret war rages in Laos. Sky, a close knit cadre of daredevil CIA agents, spearheads a daring operation. These gutsy secret agents direct a fearless force of Thai mercenaries and native Hmong tribespeople-- fighting the enemy toe-to-toe.
Now Sky veteran James Parker-- codename "Mule"-- reveals the untold story of the covert war in Laos. Parker takes you inside the often mind-boggling world of extraordinary men living and dying on the edge. Covert Ops captures the brutal training and ferocious land and air battles of Air Force Ravens, Air America, and young Hmong pilots. Above all, this first-person account shows the remarkable bonds formed between American soldiers and a courageous people-- who valiantly fought their fierce enemies to the very end.
Specifications of Covert Ops: The CIA's Secret War In Laos
|Author||James E. Parker Jr.|
|Binding||Mass Market Paperback|
|Publisher||St. Martin's Paperbacks|
|Number Of Pages||235|
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