Historical Alternate History Adventure – Impossible Target

Impossible TargetImpossible Target
By Mark Wade
Publisher: Time Machine Press
Published: August 2018
ISBN: 978-1732275607
ASIN: B07F1TLLZG
Genre: Aviation, Military Fiction, Alternate History, Science Fiction & Fantasy
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AIR RAID ON NEW YORK CITY X THIS IS NOT A DRILL. December 1943. The momentum of the Second World War has shifted in favor of the Allies, and American confidence in the security situation has soared in the past few months. City lights and radio stations are back on across the East Coast as normalcy has returned to America.

While Germany may be down, though, it isn’t out, and the Luftwaffe has developed the technology to get Nazi Germany back in the war. Operating from secret bases in occupied Norway, Hitler’s Luftwaffe is about to launch their new heavy bombers against the mainland United States.

Unprepared for an attack on its homeland, only a limited number of air and naval units are available to react to the surprise attack on America’s most valuable asset — its will to fight.

It’s a race against time, with the fate of New York City hanging in the balance. You’ll experience breathtaking action and historical drama as the American homeland is attacked for the first time since 1812 by a foreign power. Can the Americans stop the German bombers before they release their weapons, or will the German forces fight their way through and destroy their impossible target?’

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Aviation Memoir – Looking Out the Window, Talking to the Person Next to Me: My Life in Airplanes

Looking Out The Window Talking to the Person Next to MeLooking Out the Window, Talking to the Person Next to Me: My Life in Airplanes
By Eric Rush
Published: March 2014
ISBN: 978-0996012706
ASIN: B00JCZKQH6
Genre: Memoir, Aviation
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From his first flying lesson at the late age of 32 to retirement from an airline career, the author tells his story simply enough to keep those who know nothing of aviation amused and interested but with enough technical detail to satisfy pilots of any background. Moments of humor come mostly at the author’s expense.

The author was an easily bored jack-of-many-trades until he stumbled into a flying career. While working his way up the aviation ladder, he wrote articles for a flying magazine and a general-interest newspaper column. “Light & Dark,” a collection of his weekly columns,was published in 1999 and is still available through Amazon in print and for Kindle.

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Military/Aviation – Military Fly Moms

Military Fly Moms: Sharing Memories, Building Legacies, Inspiring Hope
Author: Linda Maloney
Publisher: Tannenbaum Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780978736972
Pages: 256
Published: April 2012

Military Fly Moms is a tremendous collection of true stories by seventy women who shared the same two dreams—becoming a military aviator, and being a mom. The first few women, who, in the seventies, took their places in the world of all-male military aviation, paved the way for other women to follow. From flying during the Cold War to rescue missions during Hurricane Katrina to flying in combat during the current war on terror, these gutsy women—our nation’s sisters, daughters, neighbors, friends, and, yes, even moms—have done it all.

Illustrated throughout with stunning color photos, Military Fly Moms depicts women aviators in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard alongside their helicopters, transport aircraft, or fighter planes, as well as highlighting their families. These stories and their accompanying photographs weave a beautiful tapestry, passing on a lasting legacy to inspire future generations to reach for their dreams.

Military Fly Moms was compiled and edited by retired naval aviator Linda Maloney and published by Tannenbaum Publishing Company. A portion of the profits from each book sale will be donated to Girls With Wings, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping girls achieve their aspirations.

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