Punk's War by Ward Carroll

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A provocative work of fiction by an F-14 aviator that takes readers into the cockpits and ready-rooms of today's troubled Navy.

About Ward Carroll

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Ward Carroll, a commander in the U.S. Navy with fifteen years of experience in F-14 Tomcats, teaches English & Ethics at the Naval Academy. A consultant to Hollywood on such films as "The Hunt for Red October" & "Flight of the Intruder", he frequently writes for magazines as varied as "Golf World", "Hits", & "Proceedings".
Published June 1, 2001 by US Naval Institute Press. 224 pages
Genres: War, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, History. Fiction

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Written by a man who spent 15 years flying Tomcats, and who has also served as a consultant on such films as The Hunt for Red October: a convincing, often amusing, surprisingly unflinching account of those who go up in the air in ships.

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This superb novel of contemporary naval aviation by former fighter pilot Carroll (Punk's War) finds Lieutenant Rick "Punk" Reichert training new pilots.

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