April 18, 2013
/PRNewswire/ --You get to ride with
as he flies an HH-3A with the call sign
BIG MOTHER 40
on combat rescues and insertions and extractions of SEAL teams in the hunt for the secret missile base.
U.S. Air Force pilots are becoming reluctant to fly into
because the North Vietnamese are shooting them down at an unacceptable rate from a base they cannot find. At the secret missile base, Colonel
, a Soviet Army leading experts in surface to air missile warfare is testing his theories. His napalm scarred counterpart, Colonel
, is pressuring Koniev to shoot down more airplanes while the Russian wants to be more selective and preserve the element of surprise that has helped them shoot down almost sixty airplanes. Both know that it is only a matter of time before the Americans find and attack the hidden missile base, but how and when?
, a Naval Aviator and his friend
, the leader of SEAL Team Sierra Six, suspect a leak in the Navy's secure communications system because it is the only explanation for the unexplained losses of Navy helicopters on deep penetration missions. No one believes them until Cabot captures maps with the locations of their insertion and extraction landing zones already plotted.
About the author, Marc Liebman
is an experienced writer as well as a Naval Aviator combat veteran of
and Desert Shield/Desert Storm. He retired as a Captain after twenty-four years in the Navy and in his career, he worked with the armed forces of
and the U.K.
He has almost 6,000 hours of pilot-in-command/co-pilot flight time in a variety of tactical military, civilian fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Marc has been the CEO of an aerospace and defense manufacturer, an associate editor of a national magazine and a copywriter for an advertising agency. Currently, he is a senior executive with a business process management firm. Marc lives in
with his wife of 42+ years and dogs and has four grand-children.
Where you can get BIG MOTHER 40
BIG MOTHER 40 is available from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble or direct from Fireship Press in both hard and soft copies. To buy signed copies see instructions on the author's web site, marcliebman.com.