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Loud and Clear
[9780760336304]
$49.99 $39.95

Author: Spector, Yiftach
Publisher: Zenith Press
Year: 2009
ISBN: 9780760336304
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: As New
Jacket Condition: Good
Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
Description:
New books, 432 pages. Slight rubbing wear to jacket. Iftach Spector is one of Israel's living legends - the second-highest scoring fighter ace in the Israeli Air Force, a courageous and much-admired fighter, with a string of successful combat missions to his credit. He was the leader of the flight that attacked the USS Liberty in 1967, and he commanded a squadron of fighter-bombers in both the 1967 and '73 wars, becoming head of the Israeli Air Force's Training and war Lessons Section, then its Chief of Operations.Perhaps his most famous mission was the attack on Saddam Hussein's nuclear reactor with seven other pilots in 1981. His career took a more dramatic turn when, disgusted with the Israeli bombings of Gaza, he became the lead signatory of the famous 'Pilots Letter', in which he and 27 other pilots stated their refusal to bomb targets in Palestine where collateral damage would be servere. His maverick conscience is well on display in the artfully written memoir, that allows the reader to decide if Spector deserved to be hounded out of his office and the Air Force.


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