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    By: Ed Macy

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    ISBN
    9780007288182
    Date Released
    Binding
    Paperback
    Pages
    400
     

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    Description
    Apache' is the first book to come from the cockpit of the most sophisticated fighting helicopter the world has ever known. Designed in the mid 1980s to take on the Soviets‚ these machines have proven themselves as the perfect tool for combat in Afghanistan.

    Ed Macy's account of the incredibly hard Apache selection process‚ tougher than that of the SAS‚ combined with his description of the sheer difficulty of flying one of these helicopters provides a fascinating insight into the relationship between man and machine fighting in the toughest conditions imaginable.

    The climactic build-up to the rescue mission at Jugroom Fort is both dramatic and deeply moving. The rescue of Lance Corporal Mathew Ford has been hailed as one of the most remarkable and daring rescues of modern wartime and Ed's bravery on the ground at Jugroom Fort led to him being awarded the Military Cross - one of the first in the Army Air Corps' history.

    Taking the reader right to the heart of the war in Afghanistan‚ 'Apache' offers an unprecedented degree of proximity to the action and horror that troops in the region are faced with on a daily basis. Gripping from the first page to the last‚ it is utterly compelling‚ extremely touching and impossible to put down.

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