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Return with honor - Scott O'Grady

by Scott O'Grady / Jeff Coplon (1995)
 
 
An American pilot who was shot down over Bosnia provides a candid account of his ordeal, struggle for survival, and rescue. USAF Captain Scott O'Grady gained prominence after ejecting over Bosnia when his F-16 Fighting Falcon was shot down by a SA-6 on June 2,1995 while patrolling the no-fly zone. The incident occurred in Serb kept territory. He survived for six days eating little, avoiding Serb patrols and trying to contact Magic, the NATO organization. He evaded capture and was rescued six days later in a joint operation with NATO troops.
 
Book Details:
Publisher: Doubleday
Year: 1995
Language: English / 224 pages
ISBN-13: 9780385483308
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