by Capt. Bob Fore, Ret.
CAJUN FLIGHT is a novel that graphically depicts the fiasco of the Vietnam War.
The credibility of the Johnson Administration decayed into chaos in March of 1968, as a result of the Tet Offensive and the gore of Khe Sanh. Desperate to retain its position of power, the Administration ordered a CIA-programmed bombing raid, coded Quickstop, to kill Ho Chi Minh.
The Agency handpicked elite Marine Corps aviators to deliver the predecessor of Desert Storms ultra-sophisticated weaponry via the F-4 Phantom II.
The exquisite classy airline stewardess, Jill, was Brads much needed companion. From their intense passionate moments to their exhilarating escapades; together they shared the events of the war and the duties of a Marine: both at war and play.
Accompany these men as they perform in combat, court the ladies, convey their opinions of the war, and render answers as to its sponsors.
(2013, Paperback, 192 pages)