A-6's were called Intruders. Their pilots tackled assignments of dazzling complexity and flew them with daring and dispatch. But they paid a price...in lost lives, disillusion, incredible tension.
They had one reward -- exhilaration -- worth the whole candle. You share the airmen's special brand of comradery, the one stabilizing force in an otherwise precarious life, that only an insider knows.
"Documentary and dramatic, FLIGHT OF THE INTRUDER is to the novel what TOP GUN was to film." (B-O-T Editorial Review Board)...Continua
A Wonderful war novel.
The futility of Vietnam War described from the point of view of an A6 naval bomber pilot.
Technically accurate, never exceding with boring details, full of vivid descriptions of "squadron life", is one of the best war novel I have ever read